Blocking ads on the sites.
It would be technically possible, but ad blocking applications are against Google Play Store rules. You can have a look at the section 4.4 of Google's Developer Distribution Agreement.
That's why the feature is not in our roadmap.
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Freedome is intended to protect your privacy while browsing and also to protect your traffic by blocking virus, harmful sites and tracking attempts. Adds on websites are not considerated as such, and are a legitimate way for websites to generate revenue. Have Google as an example with their Google adds.7 2Like
Sorry for current reply.
But what about when Advertisements about scam, malicious, tricks things?!
Google ADs, of course, not really worst variant... but they not able to check and create it with high-quality-level.
What about situations... except... simply "scam", "strange" advertisements by Google.....
When during that ADs goes any malicious actions (include already some situations, which happened around Google too) - when they can not to give quarantee of legitimate or safe status of that things....
Sorry - if I wrong understand you reply.
Naturally we'll do our best to block malicious actions at a later phase, if a malicious ad is clicked. Advertisements with malicious actions generally load the malicious payload from elsewhere than the advertisement network servers, and our Browsing Protection feature can then block those requests based on the site reputation database information.
Blocking all advertisements would be a bit too strong measure at this point for this product. And then there are the app store restrictions on functionality.
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