Google Chrome will save users from annoying ads

Starting today, Google Chrome will block annoying ads, which all too often begin to sin many web sites.

Before you start your ad blocker Google has described how it will work. On desktops, Google plans to block pop-up advertising, large sticky ads, videos with automatic playback and sound, ads with a countdown that block the demonstration of the main content.

On mobile devices in addition to the already mentioned types of advertising additionally it is planned to block the ads that are displayed before downloading content (regardless of the countdown), flashing animated ads, full screen ads and tightly placed ads.

Before lock-up, Google will send out notices to site owners. If they ignore the warning, then the company will shut off is in 30 days. Google notes that about 42% of the sites where they were originally found annoying is, to eliminate the violations.

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