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How Chrome ad blocking is already changing the web

Google's browser doesn't go as far as full-on ad blockers and won't always stop ad trackers. But already it's cut ads on 42 percent of websites it's tangled with.

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Cobra95197d ago

Will that update kill the Chrome ad blockers we already use? My main browser is Firefox, because of NoScript. But I still do use Chrome for certain websites. That will stop cold if an update nerfs the ad-blocking I already do.

thorstein97d ago

No Script suite is pretty sweet for Chrome. The lite version (which I have works wonders.) I also have Ad Block Plus and I have had no problem. The fact that the browser is adding more features works for me. But that is also a concern. Will have to wait and see.