For almost as long as there has been an Internet people have complained about pop-up ads. Unless you’ve been living without network access, chances are you’ve encountered pop ups online. As the name suggests, these are ads that literally pop up in a window over the content you are reading, and they are usually there to sell you something.
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As you may have noticed, Apple started a major update of its browser yesterday, upgrading users to Safari 12. This release of MacOS 10.14 (Mojave) and Safari 12 includes a number of significant changes to the way traditional ad blocking extensions work.
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The Looming Threat of a Cyber Attack Glance at the headlines nearly any day of the week and you’re likely to read about a cyber attack: The Macy’s/Bloomingdale’s data [...]