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The advertising space on any Stack Exchange site sometimes advertises a popular question from another Stack Exchange site.

Most of the time the question interests me, so I don't mind it being there. But I have no interest in the content of some of the other Stack Exchange sites. How do I filter out the questions from these sites?

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It's to make you interested into more sites. There is no way to filter it out yet.

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Thanks. I understand why it exists. I just want to know if Stack Exchange will let me control its content. – Iain Elder Sep 5 '11 at 13:50
    
@isme: I doubt, in this case. – genesis Sep 5 '11 at 13:51

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