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Chrome extensions now supports ads, might annoy users
Googles been successful with their Chrome browser and there are a lot of things to like about it. However, …
Google’s been successful with their Chrome browser and there are a lot of things to like about it. However, the latest news about it might not please everyone. Google’s Chrome has been successful because of its very popular extension support and that might soon be used to deliver ads to your PC. Google has now added support for advertisements within extensions for the Chrome browser. The more detailed information of this addition is available on the Developers page on Google for Chrome. This of course doesn’t mean that Google will be adding ads to the browser, but an extension, for example, can choose to place ads within it. There are of course some rules that have been set in place to make sure that the feature isn’t exploited, by the developers of extensions. For instance, the user needs to be informed that the ads are being placed within the extension and that the ad doesn’t tamper with the functionality of the site being viewed. The developer cannot also force the user to click the ad or submit personal information to it in order to access the extension.
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