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Samsung TV Packaging Designed to Be Reused

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https://metro.co.uk/2020/04/22/samsung-redesigns-tv-packaging-can-turned-furniture-cat-house-12592952/

this is a great idea, definitely something I’d like to see other companies do, especially those with large packaging

my cats could have several cat houses to tear to shreds 😂

hspexy
1 month ago
What do you think of this?
ptenn00
ptenn001 month ago

great idea, and certainly useful if you have cats, as they love packaging, regardless of how the packaging looks. Sometimes a paper bag will do

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hspexy
hspexy
Original Poster
1 month ago

That’s very true, they love things that they can rip apart! Anything they can destroy, they love lol

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ukheather
ukheather1 month ago

Heads up for the sites team, that link gets caught as "phishing" by skys filter.

copying and pasting does not so its the referral part that must be blocking it

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

Sky stopped me from getting onto a site about space satellites earlier because it was adult content apparently - so ridiculous. VPN sorted that though.

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ukheather
ukheather1 month ago

MeestairChrees you can reduce the filters to not block adult sites.

I allow adult sites but block malware and phishing only.

The redirect site that latest deals is using is blocked as a phishing/malware site and therefore blocking most external links from this site

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

ukheather you can, but you shouldn't have to ask them - they shouldn't block to begin with. Not their fault of course - all the government.

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ukheather
ukheather1 month ago

MeestairChrees ask who what?

It isn't the government blocking anything?

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

ukheather you shouldn't have to ask your ISP (Sky) to unblock what they think are adult sites, or anything else. You do have to, but you shouldn't. And that's the government's fault for making them do it - it's censorship and very controlling. It should be an opt-in to censorship, not an opt-out, but sadly that's not the case.

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ukheather
ukheather1 month ago

MeestairChrees no you’re misunderstanding how it works. The sites are blocked by the company they use to check sites (Symantec) blocked as a phishing /malware site. Nothing to do with adult or government doing anything

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

ukheather I'm not talking about the block you got here. I'm talking about the block I got, and the fact you had to ask Sky to allow adult sites. Not sure about yours. But adult sites are blocked by all ISPs, as the government has forced them to. You have to opt in, like you did. None of what I said was wrong.

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ukheather
ukheather1 month ago

MeestairChrees I wasn’t to know what block you had by your messages lol.

btw i haven’t opted in to view adult sites but still can. weird as I know they were rolling that out before

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

ukheather oh ok, I thought you said you'd opted in. As I mentioned though, it even blocks non-adult sites too which is ridiculous. Using a VPN gets around the issue though.

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