Opera, Brave, Vivaldi to ignore Chrome's anti-ad-blocker changes, despite shared codebase | ZDNet


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Opera, Brave, Vivaldi to ignore Chrome's anti-ad-blocker changes, despite shared codebase
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TechRepublic 10 things you should never do in Excel Read More Despite sharing a common Chromium codebase, browser makers like Brave, Opera, and Vivaldi don't…
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9 days ago by ravivyas
Other browser makers don't seem to be on board with Google's decision to neuter its extensions API, and essentially, ad blockers.
10 days ago by ptsteadman
Google announced plans to modify the Chromium extension system last October when the browser maker said it would develop a new set of standards -- collectively known as Manifest V3 -- that will modify how extensions work on top of the Chromium codebase. It took extension developers a few months to understand how intrusive the Manifest V3 modifications were, but they did eventually realize that Google was planning to replace one of the main technology through which extensions interacted with website requests, in favor of one that was far inferior. Initially, it was thought that extensions which provided ad-blocking services would be the ones impacted the most, but it was later also discovered that extensions for antivirus products, parental control enforcement, and various privacy-enhancing services were also affected. Users protested against Google's decision, and the company came under heavy criticism from the public -- with many users accusing it of trying to sabotage ad-blocking extensions that were cutting into Google's advertising business profits.
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10 days ago by mikael