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According to xda-developers (This article and its images were originally posted on xda-developers November 5, 2018 at 12:37PM.)
Abusive ads are a real issue that we as Internet users face daily—and a really annoying issue at that, too. There’s just nothing as infuriating as visiting a website full of ads left and right, clicking on an invisible overlay banner on accident, or opening a news article or any website and then have yourself redirected to another website that then tries to download APKs or malware, or simply gets you stuck in a redirect loop that renders your back key unusable. We’ve all lived through that, and it’s been an issue that has plagued mobile and desktop navigation for years now. Google is well aware of it, and they’re implementing new measures to Chrome in order to ensure users are protected from these abusive experiences.
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