Google will revise ad blocker-killing Chromium proposal
Google has decided to revise its proposed Chromium update that would have killed ad blockers and some other extensions.
The proposal, to restrict Chromium's script blocking capabilities to the new DeclarativeNetRequest API instead of the old webRequest API, caused a backlash from extension developers and users.
Chromium engineer Devlin Cronin provided an update on Google Groups following the outcry:
“I’d like to reiterate that all of these changes are still in the draft and...