Following a report that came out in April, Googleannounced in June that it'd be introducing a new feature to its Chrome web browser that blocked obtrusive advertisements. Banned units include autoplay videos with automatic sound and prestitial countdown ads, which are full-page takeovers that activate before entering a site. The company has now announced that its browser software will start blocking nonconforming ads on February 15. Chrome 64 is now scheduled to arrive on January 23 and Chrome 65 is slated to launch on March 6, suggesting Google will be turning on its browser's ad-blocker remotely, and possibly gradually for select users. Google will begin blocking ads in line with the Coalition for Better Ads' "Better Ads Experience Program". No, it won't block all ads on all the sites; instead, it will only be stopping the ones that are incredibly annoying and mess with the user experience. The built-in ad blocker will enforce these standards on all websites. Google's Ad Experience program will allow the appearance of a non-compliant ad in 7.5% of all pages served by a site in the first two months after February 15. One can probably guess numerous types of ads that won't meet the guidelines: full-page interstitial ads, ads that play sound unexpectedly, and pop-ups, among others.
In addition to the date, Google today also shared how sites affected by Chrome's ad-blocker will be able to get back into the browser's good graces: "Violations of the Standards are reported to sites via the Ad Experience Report, and site owners can submit their site for re-review once the violations have been fixed".
However, it will block some of the most annoying ads you're likely to encounter while using the internet. Google is in the business of serving ads, after all, so it only makes sense that they want to protect their lucrative revenue stream.
Assets held by USA corporations overseas would face a one-time "deemed repatriation" tax of 8% on fixed assets and 15.5% on cash. This is expected to save more than $300 billion over the coming decade, which was applied to offset the cost of tax reductions.
Here's everything you need to know to watch the game , or follow along as we bring you the latest score, live updates and more. The Lions' defense ranks 27th overall but it has proved it can be opportunistic against bad teams.
Nine9's manager confirmed to CNN she'd received the text and had permission from his family to release it. The hugely successful boy band consisted of five members: Jonghyun, Onew, Key, Minho and Taemin.
He also expressed that he didn't like the name, "Fab Four" - a term that has started being used to describe the quarter of Salah , Coutinho, Mane and Firmino, and a link to the city's Beatles connections.
Prince Harry interviews former US President Barack Obama as part of his guest editorship of BBC Radio 4's Today program. Now, the BBC has dropped some adorable BTS footage of the two from a new interview that's coming on December 27.
A subsequent WWE announcement provided to 411 noted that the victor will get a championship opportunity at WrestleMania 34 . Out of all the women now employed by WWE , there is no one who has been portrayed as strong as Asuka.
Three people and a dog were killed - and another dog survived - when a plane crashed in IN on Saturday, authorities said. Hours later, the plane was being tracked by Cincinnati Air Traffic Control when it disappeared from radar.
McGregor didn't outright say no, but the Irish phenom did say "I think a true right is what I want to do next". He has not fought in the Octagon since November 2016, and he has never defended a UFC championship.
European Regulators Open Investigation Into Ikea's Taxes
Then in 2011, after the Luxembourg tax scheme was deemed illegal, Inter Ikea arranged a second tax ruling with the Netherlands. "Member States cannot allow some companies to pay fewer taxes by artificially relocating profits elsewhere can".
Power Outage At Atlanta Airport Causing Delays In DFW
Delta has established a dedicated line to assist customers with checked luggage that was impacted by the @ATLairport power outage. At the time, CEO Ed Bastian vowed Delta would make "significant improvements" in order to rebound more quickly from disruptions.
Pence delays trip to Middle East
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah faction had called for a massive demonstration to protest against Pence's visit. From there he was scheduled to visit Israel before traveling to Germany to meet with USA troops stationed there.
Trump judicial nominee withdraws from consideration
Another one of President Donald Trump's judicial nominees has withdrawn after a video surfaced that made him look incompetent. But Petersen's lack of qualifications were painfully on display last week as Sen.
Dogs Maul Their Owner to Death
Many people following this story online said they find it hard to believe her dogs would commit such a tragedy. A YOUNG woman has suffered a horrific death after being mauled by her own dogs in the United States.
Kaka retires from football
He also added that he might continue taking part in the football world: "I will continue in football but in a different role". I wanted to thank you so much for your football, for our 17 years of friendship and for joining me in Orlando.
Canadian billionaire, wife found dead at their home
Apotex described their deaths as shocking and tragic, while other statements praised the Shermans' numerous philanthropic efforts. Wonderful human beings, incredible philanthropists, great leaders in healthcare. "I am heartbroken", she said on Twitter.