Google To No Longer Allow Regular Chrome Users To Use Ad Blockers

In January, Google announced Manifest V3, a proposal that would change how extensions on Chrome would function. In the process, it would prevent ad blockers among the current brood from working properly.

To no one’s surprise, plenty of users aren’t happy about it, and they voiced out their negative reactions to it. Despite that, however, the Mountain View company will be continuing with its plans.

As reported earlier by 9to5Google, Google has received negative feedback over its proposed change, and it has now responded to the clamors of the community.

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