¿Google contra los bloqueadores de anuncios?

¿Google contra los bloqueadores de anuncios?


Hi curious and curious Do you know that there are applications that block ads right? But do you know that these depend on Google itself? Do you know that you are just untie controversy, since there are indications that Google wants to boycott these blockers? Well, in this video, I’ll talk about that and more. So I recommend you you see it to the end … I’m JJ Priego and this is Easypromos TV! Vamoooossss!!!! INTRO Google has driven an improvement in security, Chrome extensions, a target welcome, given the large number of extensions that have been there for years. But this change, it seems that threatens to hamper ad blocking extensions. And of course, the controversy is served. Since this transition is causing a confrontation between Google and manufacturers of ad blocking software. In the center of the debate is a new application programming interface, Declarative known as Net Request API, Declarative API network application. A API that Google provide instead, the existing mechanism, the so-called Web Request API. For those who do not know what an API I tell you, it is secillo. The abbreviation comes from the English term Application Programming Interfaces, which comes to be, application programming interfaces. And it is a formal specification, how a software module, it is communicating or interacting with another. In other words, the APIs are a set of commands, functions and computer protocols, which enable developers, create specific programs for certain operating systems. APIs simplify largely the work of a creator of programs, no longer has to “write” codes from scratch. These allow the computer to use predefined functions to interact with the operating system or another program. web application. Well, in this case, Google is changing the API that was a new one. And that changes everything. And of course, ad blockers that are installed on Google Chrome, depend on this API to combine data navigation and search ads. According to Google, the new API, the better it will protect user data and help ad blockers work more efficiently. … But developers argue ad blockers, this new API, will hinder their ability to identify ads quickly and correctly, without necessarily provide the benefits promoted by Google. According to a publication Google itself in its blog, this has been a controversial change, since the API web application is used by many popular extensions, including ad blockers. But the company is not preventing the development of ad blockers, or preventing that users block ads. Instead, they want to help developers, including content blockers to write extensions, a manner that protects the privacy of users. Google says, who has been working with outside developers and incorporating their opinions, since the ad blocking services learned of the proposed changes last January. And, ad blockers, use APIs that Google offers to configure rules about what types of content are blocked and how and when. As a result of his conversations with developers, Google says the new API will support dynamic rules, while loading a page, not just statements static, as these may lack nuance. In addition, the new API, limit extensions, rules 150,000 each, a big jump from the previous limit 30,000 rules per extension. And although there may be a period of adjustment to the new API, Google said that the changes you have been doing in Chrome extensions in general have been in meaningful and significant security enhancements and user privacy. The company added that the rate of malicious extensions facilities Chrome, has dropped 89 percent since the beginning of 2018. And the company now blocks around 1,800 malicious uploaded every month, just before being offered to the users. Developers say ad blockers, but are frustrated by additional costs to adapt to change to the new API, your real concern is that changes, they can not serve users so that says Google. For example, Jeremy Tillman, chairman of privacy and security, the famous blocker Ghostery ad, said he believes, who have been trying to give the impression, they are working with the developer community, when in fact, they are quite rooted in what they want to do. According to Tillman, the new API is not in itself a bad thing, but it becomes a bad thing when it is the only option because It lacks the flexibility provided by the current API … Critics have also pointed out that Google’s revenues are based largely in ads, which it gives it an inherent incentive to allow ads are published. But Google has long argued that the API changes have nothing to do with specifically hindering ad blockers, and the company, To work with these services, to ensure a smooth transition to new system. Chrome Besides, it would not be the first major browser, which will impose a system based rules. Safari takes, for years, allowing 50,000 rules in your browser. On the other hand, Opera, Brave and Vivaldi, browsers increased the controversy this week, stating that they would continue accepting the old API for ad blockers and other extensions, regardless of what Google has in the codebase Chromium officer. Google for its part, says it will only continue to support the old API, for business users Chrome, as businesses and schools. Finally, only say that Google has set no specific moment when They will take effect the new rules, collectively called Manifest V3. The company says it is still reviewing the new mechanisms and is exploring, actively expand other forms of this API. Ad blockers emphasize, that will suit the requirements of Google. Because their survival depends on it. But it remains unclear to what extent these new changes will benefit the users end, at least when it comes to keep ads off their tabs. How you have fallen curious and inquisitive? What you have like the video? What do you think of this controversy? Ponédmelo in the comments. I read them all … Ahhh, and part of him like the video, subscribe and campanita … I recommend these two videos … In one, I speak of the 15 Google Chrome extensions and more use this, I mean, that YouTube remove the exact subscribers. I assure you, they are two videos very interesting … You can also follow me Sciences Science and Stories History. And remember, knowledge is an essential requirement for survival. Many thanks.

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15 Replies to “¿Google contra los bloqueadores de anuncios?”

  1. Por otro lado decir, si no lo sabéis, que los que usáis bloqueadores de anuncios en YouTube, perjudicáis a los creadores de contenido. Pero oye, que sois libres de hacer lo que queráis. Os quiero igual!!

  2. Sos muy crack JJ, me encanta la info que das, de todos los canales. Gracias! Cuando quieras, a disposición!!

  3. yo uso adblock en los canales que te meten anuncio cada minuto.

    y uso firefox. esa actualización hará que la gente use más firefox u otros exploradores.

  4. Yo solo uso firefox y su página de extensiones, Chrome solo para cosas muy muy concretas y dentro de poco con la nueva versión de Firefox de android bye bye Chrome.

  5. Yo lo tuve que poner, es realmente tedioso, en muchos casos publicidad intrusiva, no te dan opcion y te la tienes que tragar si o si, deje de ver televisión y ahora veo mas internet porque la publicidad constante me daba mucho asco, internet al menos te daba la opcion de tener publicidad de manera no intrusiva, pero no es así en la mayoria de casos y cada vez se ven mas publicidades intrusivas como poner un video y te salte antes una publi de 30 segundos que no puedes saltar.

    Los canales de youtube que me gustan si que quito el bloqueador como el tuyo. En youtube no es tan exagerado el problema de la publicidad, pero en otros sitios es abominable. si me lo impusieran esto se habria convertido en la nueva TV, cogiendo lo peor de lo que huimos.

    Siempre he tenido la creencia de que cuando algo coge mucha fama se suele enmierdar, el futbol por ejemplo ¿que han hecho? que ahora solo se puede ver en canales de pago, menos mal que no me aficionado al futbol sino a pagar canales de futbol, donde ven el exito ven el negocio los grandes inversores y la acaban cagando…, pues con todo pasa lo mismo.
    Google se ha enmierdado tambien, cada vez es peor, te restringe muchas cosas en los buscadores, las grandes empresas han metido mucha mano para hacer de google algo menos libre. y youtube tambien cada vez mas requisitos y restricciones. Google te lo pintará bonito y su versión aprenden de los póliticos pero no te cuentan los inconvenientes o el verdadero proposito de hacer esas cosas y de hacer de internet algo cada vez menos libre.

    Aparte que los que navegan con el movil y usan datos moviles sin bloqueadores gastas el triple de datos moviles. Es un tema complicado. Por lo visto el problema solo esta en chrome de todas formas yo uso otros navegadores.

  6. A mí parecer a Google le conviene boicotear a los bloqueadores, ¿De qué vive Google? Si, de PUBLICIDAD. Lógico, no?

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