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  • Chrome’s ad blocker will go global on July 9

    Following the Coalition for Better Ads decision to expand worldwide, Google Chrome's ad blocker is going global on July 9, 2019.

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  • Google Chrome’s ad-blocking feature will roll out worldwide in July

    Google stepped up its battle against bad web ads by joining the Coalition for Better Ads and blocking disruptive promos in its Chrome browser across North America and Europe. Today, the folks from the browser’s product team announced that the ad-blocking feature will be available to Chrome users worldwide starting July 9. This announcement comes on the back of a release from the Collation, that it’s applying its standards to ads run beyond North America and Europe. The group defines 12 types of...

    The Next Web
  • Americans support Ocasio-Cortez’s 70 percent tax rate on rich: poll

    Republicans and even some Democrats swooned when Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pitched a 70 percent tax rate on the rich — but a new poll out Tuesday showed that most Americans like the idea. The Hill-HarrisX survey found that 59 percent of US voters support raising the top rate to 70 percent, which she said would

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  • Moen’s digital shower system will soon support the Google Assistant and HomeKit

    Moen announced that its U by Moen digital shower platform will soon be compatible with Apple's Homekit and Siri and the Google Assistant.

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