Google considers move that would block ad blockers in Chromium

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Google considers move that would block ad blockers in Chromium

Technical change intended to improve browser security would bork ad blockers in Chrome, Opera and Vivaldi

Google is considering a technical change to its Chromium open source web browser project that would break ad blockers in Chrome, Opera and Vivaldi. The move has been mooted in the ‘Manifest 3' d...

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