Google has developed its ad blocker for Google Chrome. The extension applies new advertising standards developed by companies such as: Google, Unilever, Facebook, Procter & Gamble, and others. There are 12 obtrusive types of advertisements in their black list, including pop-up windows, autoplay videos and large format ads that appear when scrolling through a page. Google will launch the blocker on July 9 and the first time it will be available in North America and Europe.
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