1. What's new with Google Chrome 75 on web and mobile  Techjaja
  2. Google promises to play nice with ad blockers (again)  ZDNet
  3. Google claims it is sabotaging adblockers for your own safety  MSPoweruser
  4. Google says Chrome isn't killing ad blockers  CNET
  5. Google limits content-blocking Chrome extensions that collect sensitive data  VentureBeat
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Starting from last week, Google has been releasing updated version 75 of Chrome for Android users and Desktops (Mac, Windows and Linux computers).Starting from last week, Google has been releasing updated version 75 of Chrome for Android users and Desktops (Mac, Windows and Linux computers).

What's new with Google Chrome 75 on web and mobile – Techjaja

It's just trying to make extensions safer.It's just trying to make extensions safer.

Google says Chrome isn't killing ad blockers - CNET

Google relaxes control on new Chrome extensions API that would have crippled ad blockers.Google relaxes control on new Chrome extensions API that would have crippled ad blockers.

Google promises to play nice with ad blockers (again) | ZDNet

The Google Security Blog has waded into the controversy about Google’s changes to the Web Request API, painting it as part of the fight Google is engaging in to keep web users safe. Google explained that they have been fighting a quiet battle against malicious extension developers, blocking 1,800 malicious extension uploads a month to […]

Google claims it is sabotaging adblockers for your own safety - MSPoweruser

Google claims it is sabotaging adblockers for your own safety - MSPoweruser

Google announced Manifest V3 earlier this year -- a proposed change to Chrome's extension system that would essentially stop ad-blockers from working effectivel...Google announced Manifest V3 earlier this year -- a proposed change to Chrome's extension system that would essentially stop ad-blockers from working effectivel...

Google will let enterprise users escape Chrome's ad-blocking restrictions

At the I/O developer conference, Google announced a new Chrome feature that would limit how advertisers can track you online.At the I/O developer conference, Google announced a new Chrome feature that would limit how advertisers can track you online.

Google is pushing back against ad tracking in Chrome - The Verge

“Chrome-derived browsers threaten to fork from Google, refuse to eliminate ad-blocker features https://t.co/zaKGwAyEAL”

Xeni Jardin on Twitter: "Chrome-derived browsers threaten to fork from Google, refuse to eliminate ad-blocker features https://t.co/zaKGwAyEAL"

“Google: We're not killing ad blockers. Translation: We made them too powerful, we'll cram this genie back in its bottle https://t.co/H7kWdXet4z”

Eric Vanderburg on Twitter: "Google: We're not killing ad blockers. Translation: We made them too powerful, we'll cram this genie back in its bottle https://t.co/H7kWdXet4z… https://t.co/WEOJrAgZog"

“Cautiously optimistic that Google realized that killing Chrome ad blockers wasn't worth the backlash. https://t.co/nINsMysPsh”

Daniel Tunkelang on Twitter: "Cautiously optimistic that Google realized that killing Chrome ad blockers wasn't worth the backlash. https://t.co/nINsMysPsh"

“the new firefox logo is ... uninspiring if google really does break ad blocking later this year, then you bet your sweet ass i'm going to turn into the biggest firefox fanboi on the planet”

Stefan Constantine on Twitter: "the new firefox logo is ... uninspiring if google really does break ad blocking later this year, then you bet your sweet ass i'm going to turn into the biggest firefox fanboi on the planet… https://t.co/1WrEvDQ6H6"

Google's introducing a new extensions API in Google Chrome that's designed to limit content-blocking plugins that collect sensitive data.Google's introducing a new extensions API in Google Chrome that's designed to limit content-blocking plugins that collect sensitive data.

Google limits content-blocking Chrome extensions that collect sensitive data | VentureBeat

We want to make Chrome safer... by taking away the API we used to race Firefox

Google: We're not killing ad blockers. Translation: We made them too powerful, we'll cram this genie back in its bottle • The Register

Upcoming changes to Chrome has left ad blockers up in arms. But Google insists it won't stifle the extensions.Upcoming changes to Chrome has left ad blockers up in arms. But Google insists it won't stifle the extensions.