"We've learned since then that this approach did not go far enough", said Vivek Sekhar, Product Manager for Google. This week, the company said that roughly half of these unwanted experiences include these abusive ads, justifying the crackdown. This is Google's new attempt to reducing intrusive and misleading ads on the Internet that often lead to malicious websites and steal personal information as well. As a fair explainer, Google will publish an Abusive Experience Report to let site owners see if any abusive experiences are there on their site, and needs to be corrected or removed.
The announcement makes no mention of punitive actions beyond blocking ads, which should considerably impact earnings of sites employing deceptive practices.
Google shared an example of an abusive mobile experience on a mobile device that initiates an involuntary app install.
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Google emphasised its new security decision is part of an effort to ensure "users can interact with their intended content on the web", rather than being bugged by abusive experiences.
Google said there are only a "small number of sites" that show such ads in the first place, so users may not see much of a difference. These measures have been insufficient to prevent misleading or unsafe ads, hence Google taking further steps to banish them from the Web. However, while these protocols protect users against misleading behavior on websites, they didn't tackle the same kind of behavior in ads, pop-up or otherwise. These types of abusive ads are a real hassle, and ad-dependent companies like Google are doing what they can to fight back against them. In July, Google discharged Chrome 68 and acquainted the capacity with keep destinations from opening new tabs or windows on the off chance that it observed them to serve oppressive encounters too. Will Chrome 71 Affect You? Automatic redirection is when a site automatically takes you to another page without user input. This report will show periodic evaluations of a owner's web site and whether any abusive experiences have been detected.
Now You: Have you experienced abusive advertisement or other content in the past?