The Ad Experience Report is a tool that provides screenshots and videos of annoying ad experiences to help sites find and fix issues. By doing this, Google will be able to root out "bad or aggressive" ads thanks to the guidelines that are put in place by the Coalition. The browser's ad blocker will be taking an all-or-nothing approach: All ads blocked if one ad doesn't follow the standards or all ads allowed if all the ads follow the standards. Google has noted in the past that ad blockers which do not discriminate hurt publishers that create free content and threaten "the sustainability of the web ecosystem". Come February 15, if your website has been flagged with a "failing" status in Google's Ad Experience Report for more than 30 days, they'll remove all ads from it. Google is in the business of serving ads, after all, so it only makes sense that they want to protect their lucrative revenue stream.
Rep. Trent Franks expected to resign
Franks is also a member of the House Freedom Caucus, a hard-right faction that has often clashed with Republican leaders. He sought to clarify the comment, saying later-term abortions linked to pregnancies caused by rape are infrequent.
Ann Arbor could get another 7 inches of snow Wednesday
But the break will be short-lived, as another, more potent system pulls into the Great Lakes region overnight Monday into Tuesday. Areas affected will be generally south of Buffalo, as well as off the southern shore of Lake Ontario.