With the arrival of Chrome 71, it was recently announced that Google will be blocking any kind of abusive ads on the websites.it has been revealed that the same browser is going to prevent the users from unknowingly subscribing to any services and being charged for it.
That is, conditions and prices should be clearly itemized and communicated to the user and not hidden by the method of placement of the gray text on a light background or in small print somewhere in the end of the page. That's why starting from Chrome 71 (December 2018), Chrome will show a warning before these pages, so that users can make informed decisions when signing up to mobile based subscription services. This fee gets attached to your mobile phone bill, so it can be easy to miss - and hard to get your money back if you do. These ads trick users into clicking on them by pretending to be system warnings or "close" buttons that do not actually close the ad.
One, "Is the billing information visible and obvious to users?"
Google wants to make Chrome users aware of these types of subscription pages. Further, fee structures must be displayed in a manner that is easy to understand. If it detects that a website violates these standards, then Chrome 71 will display a warning flag. Failure to abide by this will put Chrome in action that will block every ad on the site - regardless of it being abusive or not. The search giant will try to reach webmasters of sites that aren't verified on its Search Console and will answer questions on its support forum, which is available in 15 languages, according to its blog post. The latest version of Chrome, whose mobile version has about 57% market share worldwide, aims to protect web users from unclear mobile subscriptions that rely on "carrier billing" to charge customers for services like game downloads.
Recall that recently Google Chrome updated to version 69.