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This is a discussion on Extension policies within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: Hi, I was just reviewing the policies for Chrome extensions https://chrome.google.com/extensions..._policies.html The good news, nothing mentioned that adblockers are not ...


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    Benni is offline Senior Member
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    Hi, I was just reviewing the policies for Chrome extensions
    https://chrome.google.com/extensions..._policies.html

    The good news, nothing mentioned that adblockers are not allowed (in fact yesterday one of the Chrome managers wrote that they are working on extension API for this)

    But the bad thing i noticed was the linie:
    Prohibited Products
    We don't allow products or services that violate third party terms of service, or products or services that enable the unauthorized download of streaming content or media.
    For me, this is a big step backwards, this is one of my favourite extension to FF, that I'm able to download youtube videos. Have you spotted any other problems in the policies please share :=) ?

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    SifJar is offline Member
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    So what if they dont allow it on the official site? there are already sites like this one that can host the add-ons not supported there. Or am i missing something, and that wont be able to continue?

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