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2nd Sep 2015
The Wall Street Journal
Google’s Chrome browser on Tuesday will begin blocking Internet ads that use Adobe’s Flash technology, a move that will likely prompt advertisers to abandon the video format entirely.
Flash has powered a large portion of online banner and video ads over the past 20 years, but Google says the format increases page-load speeds and device battery consumption, and generally degrades user experience.
As a result, the company will now “pause” Flash ads by default within its Chrome browser, meaning users will have to click on the ads to have them play.
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