Google’s ad blocking feature comes under scanner of EU’s antitrust body

Friday, 21 April 2017
Google has opened a new leaf of controversy after reports emerged that it would be soon integrating native ad-blocking feature in its mobile and desktop browser. The move is likely to have a wide impact across blogs and even publications that rely on advertisements for revenues. Even though Google is yet to announce the feature,...

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