In December, Google is releasing its latest Chrome and has made a clear shout out to all its website owners about the incoming application.The application is set out to block ads if any website was habouring what the search engine term as “abusive experiences”.
A product manager with Google, in a November 5 to a company blog, Vivek Sekhar wrote,”Starting in December 2018, Chrome 71 will remove all ads on the small number of sites with persistent abusive experiences.”
Website Administrators are still unclear about the fact that, whether it was as a result of user complaints that led Google’s decision to take aim at a site, or if the judgment was made programmatically.
Google had spelt out other abusive experiences in a help document that referred to misconducts such ads with time wasting misleading brand and phishing attempts to fake “Play” buttons,phony system messages and other malware associated to such ads.All had some connection to online advertisements that Google classified as dodgy.
Administrators have been advised to run Google’s Abusive Experience Reports to for any verification of what abusive experiences their sites contain, if any.
Google is able to acceptable on the Web because of the immense power it holds with Chrome. Chrome 71, which will enforce the new mandate, is slated to release the week of Dec. 2-8.