Chrome to clamp down on sites with annoying video ads

Chrome to clamp down on sites with annoying video ads

As part of an effort to block video ads, Chrome has announced a new set of video advertising standards. The guidelines are based on data from the Coalition of Better Ads. Chrome is taking a strong stance against the suggested ad types, and it says website owners have four months to stop running the intrusive ads, or they will risk losing advertising completely.

Timothy
Timothy
Barry
Barry 2 months

does that include YouTube?

Tencent owns Spotify
Tencent owns Spotify 2 months

Hey hey hey, use Brave everyday.

bad news bear
bad news bear 2 months

and use Duck Duck Go search engine and you won't have privacy issues either I love how brave has a sad face where the adds are supposed to be.

General Zap
General Zap 2 months

Now taking 5% more RAM.

Indo
Indo 2 months

and so say ye ! and who else ?

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