Google Makes Ad Blocking Software for Chrome

Google is working on creating an embedded ad blocker program for its Chrome browser and can run it for up to a few weeks. Although this does not sound quite logical for a company that receives the bulk of its internet advertising revenue, the idea is not that bad. The feature will block a certain type of ads that interfere with convenient browsing, such as pop-up, automatic sound clips, large ads that take up a lot of screen space, and counter menus that you have to wait before you reach the desired content. 
All of these ads fall into the black list of the Coalition for Better Ads organization, including Google and Facebook. In this way, Google will optimize Chrome browsing and cause sites to pay more attention to the ads they run. Additionally, so browser users will not use as many other solutions as AdBlock Plus
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