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  • It's a fair point more affordable is also a kind of better, average Joe could only dream of affording flight. On the other hand it's all new technologies and the price is bound to drop as adoption goes up. You could argue windmills have been around for a while, but let's be honest - calling a windpowered electricity generating turbines windmills is a bit of a stretch.

  • Here's what's happening to ad blockers in Google Chrome
  • To be clear Google has no direct way to force FF to do shit. The reason Google is implementing v3 is to disrupt adblocking (by dropping v2 APIs) the reason Mozilla is supporting v3 is to make life easier for extension Devs. They don't have to comply with same restrictions

  • Here's what's happening to ad blockers in Google Chrome
  • Implemeting support for v3 is not the same as dropping web request blocking API from v2... Google pays to Mozilla for service they provide having them as default search engine - it's not a sponsorship...

    Saying that, I've done some more recent research and Google has already softened their stance on requests blocking with current manifesto proposal of up to 5k dynamic rules with a proposal to extend up to 30k being popular.Sources: proposal:

  • Here's what's happening to ad blockers in Google Chrome
  • What is the point of your comment? Everybody and their grandmother (including the bycicles and the EU) understands the point of Google's changes. There's no need to prove shit. Chrome is a choice, doesn't come on any platforms as default (that support extensions). Personally I changed back to FF when they first announced these changes a few years back.

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