DML News reported Sunday that Google has begun implementing new filtering policies for its Chrome browser intended to block users from being subject to too many ads.
“They made us peel back the ads we were running, none of which were intrusive as described. In the end, we had to rid of nearly everything that wasn’t powered by Google Ads,” said Dennis Michael Lynch of DML News.
The new crackdown is just the newest attack aimed at censoring and suppressing conservative news, but our team is committed to bringing you the unfiltered truth every day.
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