Last month, Mozilla revealed that it would offer a paid version of its popular Firefox browser. Now a page on Mozilla’s site confirms it will cost $4.99 per month for ad-free access to some as yet unnamed journalism websites.
Google Chrome's newest change is cited as a step forward for speed and security, but could profoundly alter how the majority of ad-blocking extensions operate. The move potentially gives Google more control over which ads can be blocked.
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Fake ad blockers is real news! These malicious extensions generated more than 20 million downloads on the Chrome store and their popularity shows that many internet users are still susceptible to malicious software.
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