Google is planning to add an ad blocker to Chrome, its web browser, and to possibly turn it on by default for all users. That seems counterintuitive for a company that makes the majority of its revenue (read: all the monies) from advertising, but it could actually be a way to beat blockers by becoming one itself, per a new Wall Street Journal report that first reported the news.
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Google announced last Thursday its Chrome internet browser would warn users about non-secure websites beginning in January 2017. The move aims to protect sensitive information like passwords and credit card details from being stolen.
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