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European Court of Justice has ruled today on the Uber case where the US-based ride-hailing app was looking to be classified as digital company.Instead the EU court decided that it is regulated under transportation laws.The contracts set royalty rates for music video rights holders, but also commit You Tube to more aggressive anti-piracy action on its platform.You Tube's planned music service will feature music that is not available to play for free on the video site.Disputes with trade associations in several European countries have previously resulted in widespread blocking of music in those countries.Kaspersky Labs has filed a lawsuit in the United States over a recent ban imposed on the use of its software by government agencies.So it basically tries to block ads from sites with obtrusive ads, not ads in general. Now Google has revealed that the new feature will enter the Chrome pipeline in just a couple of months.Previously it has been unclear in what update the ad blocker will be enabled, but now Google says that it will start the rollout in February.
Well, hold on for a bit, other analysts say as reported by Pocketnow.Chrome browsers will start to take actions against such ads from February 15, which doesn't appear to coincide with any major release of the Chrome browser.Websites that go on to violate te Better Ads Standards (set by Coalition for Better Ads, which counts Google as a member) will see all of their ads blocked by Chrome if they persist for more than 30 days.Cowen and Company analyst Karl Ackerman has reported that demand for Apple's latest and greatest has actually been lower than initially was expected.According to Ackerman people have gravitated towards previous i Phone models, including i Phone SE that costs barely a third of a brand new i Phone X.
Obviously Chrome's native ad blocker is not going to work quite like the rest of them.