Google will block negative ads-display in new Chrome 71 update

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You won’t get to see any abusive ads the pops on your website display while browsing with the new Chrome 71 update

While the use of ads-block has been on the increment over the time, some channels have subsequently engaged in the misuse of the ads feature. some websites have resorted to displaying abusive or irritating ads to make up for lost revenue. Anyone who is familiar with the internet will know of course that the mode of advertising on the net has gone wrong in some ways, though the worst offenders are pretty easy to spot, pop-ups, for example,  they aren’t always easy to avoid although not with the new Chrome 71 update.

The best way to avoid this supposed mess is to ad-block such browser extensions and that’s what the new update offers it, users. Although it has been a thing in previous updates, it, however,  doesn’t do a perfect justice as you would love. Some of the more sinister ads out there can still mysteriously bypass that type of protection, redirecting users to shady websites, or locking their browser down with fake, unskippable warning messages.

If you on this page right now, you do probably have learned a few things, however, less tech-savvy person users fall victim to predatory advertising every day. This is the reason why Google is helping out by rolling out an improved anti-abusive ads feature with the upcoming Chrome 71 update in other to reduce such possibility.

The feature will work effectively for all website, blocking every ad that suggests abusive advertisements. This means even ads Google would ordinarily consider harmless will be blocked if site owners do not pull them within 30 days.

Considering that ads have remained one of the most profitable businesses for most online media, it is very much important to ensure that such channels are not misused, especially when it is aimed to reach hundreds of millions of people. Usually individual channels have their strict terms and condition on running ads, however, that may not be well filtered and that is one of the needs of the new Chrome update. If you are impressed to hear about this, then you should expect a hands-on the new feature sometimes around December when the Chrome 71 is expected to launch.

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Aladenika toluwalope joseph

Noted and waiting

Emeka Ahanonu
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Emeka Ahanonu

That’s fine waiting for the launch and see how it pans out

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Those ads can be so annoying! Thank u Google, I hope uc browser follows suit.