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Thought you might be interested in this @rhymes , "Google backtracks on Chrome modifications that would have crippled ad blockers", zdnet.com/article/google-backtrack...

 

Hours after the Ghostery team published its study and benchmark results, the Chrome team backtracked on their planned modifications.

This sounds somewhat on the spectrum between weird and bad, they backtracked because they mischaracterized the performance impact? It would be weird if it were just a mistaken assumption (wrong measurement on their part) and bad if they lied about the reason why they wanted to remove the feature.

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