Chrome will start blocking all ads on sites, if it is too annoying

Google early this year began to actively resist the annoying ads on websites. The company in February promised to start blocking all ads on sites that are being abused. And version Chrome 71 to help with this.

Now Google will warn the sites that host advertising banners or pop-up messages that make them click and then automatically redirect users to another page or trying to steal their personal data. And if the site owners within 30 days will not remove such unwanted ads, Chrome will block all ads on their website.

Have Chrome users will be able to disable such a filter, but it is unlikely that users will abandon the app. As for site owners, this should force them to revise views on advertising. By the way, the release version of Chrome 71 scheduled for December.

Source: The Verge

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