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Safari Development: A New Way to Fight Intrusive Browser Ads

[2019-02-07 23:26:40]

ZDNet writes: “Engineers working on the WebKit engine, the core of the Safari browser, are looking at putting a limit on the amount of JavaScript a website can load, as a novel and unique approach to fighting websites that load too many or too intrusive ads.” It’s nice to see the more active role WebKit engineers are taking to limit the bad behavior of some websites. However, “…this isn’t a feature users can test right now. Weeks, or even months, of development are still needed.”

Safari Development: A New Way to Fight Intrusive Browser Ads


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