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Google announces new ad-blocking features coming to Chrome tomorrow

Google on Wednesday declared war on online advertising. Again. Well, it’s not a real, full-fledged war, and it’s nothing new compared to what we already know was coming. Starting Thursday, the Chrome browser will block some of the annoying ads you keep seeing online, but not all of them. Google is just reminding users of the incoming change. The company is pretty adamant that your internet experience is more important than money.
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