Google recommends that you do not change this setting and allow Chrome to continue blocking ads on abusive sites in order to protect you from malware and other unwanted experiences. Its all new Firefox 63 update packs Enhanced Tracking Protection designed specifically for those looking for more privacy, across the board, and not just limited to incognito. The Chrome 71 update is an extension of it, aiming to stop forced redirections, as it will simply determine if a website contains "abusive" ad content. Abusive ads will also create fake system notifications luring the user into downloading viruses. This means that all the ads on such websites will be blocked, even if all of them are not abusive. This week, the company said that roughly half of these unwanted experiences include these abusive ads, justifying the crackdown.
The announcement makes no mention of punitive actions beyond blocking ads, which should considerably impact earnings of sites employing deceptive practices. The first appears to be a "play" button that starts a video, but then sparks a totally unrelated download when clicked. In a legitimate ad, clicking such a button would close the ad.
Installing garbage on your system or filling your screen with popup ads is bad enough, but Sekhar points out that it's not the biggest problem with misleading ads. As the purveyors of these ads have gotten more clever, the easier it's become for any of us to fall prey to their scams. The Abusive Experiences Report highlights if Google detected abusive experiences on the site. In July, Google discharged Chrome 68 and acquainted the capacity with keep destinations from opening new tabs or windows on the off chance that it observed them to serve oppressive encounters too. Sadly, it may be too late to save the display ad business. If Google demands are not met, the browser will close the advertising site from the eyes of all its users. This should be good for all Chrome users. Steer clear of shady websites, don't click on a link that isn't explicitly the one you're looking for, use a good antivirus product, and if all else fails, Alt + F4 is your friend.