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“Google has begun testing their upcoming extension manifest V3 in the the latest Chrome Canary build … Unfortunately, this change will break popular ad blockers such as uBlock Origin.”

Oops!

bleepingcomputer.com/news/soft

@aral

Twitter ➡️ Mastodon
Chrome ➡️ Firefox
WhatsApp ➡️ Signal
Facebook ➡️ WordPress

I am happy with the switches I made in 2019.

@ahalam @aral
I don't know a lot about wordpress. Is it a sensible switch for facebook? How are you finding it?

@jospanner @aral I wanted a place for complusive sharing. I keep most posts private and share with friends.

@ahalam @aral
This seems like a cool idea :)

I'd also add:
gmail -> protonmail
dropbox -> pcloud

@aral “And this is so unfortunate because, as everyone knows, Google loves open source, especially when it blocks advertising or prevents tracking — and they would never harm such a project on purpose, because (must we repeat it?) Google loves open source and open ecosystems..”

@aral

I am using #firefox almost always. Time to time I am using #brave or #vivaldi

do you think that those changes will come to #chromium ?

@aral
Because there are still people using Google Chrome?😳
Really?🤔

I would not have expected BleepingComputer to lock away an important discussion like that, but:

> You are not allowed to visit this community.

@aral

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