Some Google Chrome ad blockers could stop working next year


The developer of a Google Chrome ad blocker extension has conceded that there isn’t “much point” to their latest release, as several key features have had to be removed.

Raymond Hill, the brains behind the popular uBlock Origin Chrome extension, made the comment in his commit of the new version (opens in new tab) on GitHub, in reference to Google’s upcoming shift to its Manifest v3 (MV3) API.



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