After saying no to advertising abuse, Google decided to further strengthen Chrome 71's rebate fraud feature. In the upcoming December update, the browser will warn users when they visit suspected websites. If a known website uses dark or misleading settlement behavior, such as tricking users into entering mobile phone numbers to implement game deductions, it will receive a red card warning from Chrome.
Imagine when you are accessing a game page on a mobile device and being told to provide details of the phone before you can continue to use it. However, after filling in the verification code, the bill for next month was unexpectedly withheld
Similar to Chrome 71's measures to shield malicious advertisements, this is intended to impose severe penalties on malicious deductors. Google will display a huge warning page for users trying to access such websites.
Although smart users can avoid these risks, it is easy for unskilled people to be deceived by confusing and misleading billing information hidden in a grey background.
It's still time to test how much this feature improvement will affect the Internet as a whole, but we're glad that Google can actively promote it.