But there are drawbacks to building an ad blocker into Chrome: most notably, the amount of power it gives Google.Ultimately, it means Google gets to decide what qualifies as an acceptable ad (though it’s basing this on standards set collectively by the Coalition for Better Ads).(, as you have likely noticed, included.) By implementing a limited blocking tool, Google can limit the spread of wholesale ad blocking, which ultimately benefits everyone. And publishers get to continue using the ad model that’s served the web well for decades — though they may lose some valuable ad units in the process.There’s also a good argument to be made that stripping out irritating ads is no different than blocking pop ups, which web browsers have done for years, as a way to improve the experience for consumers.Google will introduce an ad blocker to Chrome early next year and is telling publishers to get ready.The warning is meant to let websites assess their ads and strip any particularly disruptive ones from their pages.So it’s hard to imagine publishers seeing what’s essentially a voluntary tipping model as a viable alternative to ads.
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