British media protests after ad blocker comes to Apple Safari

Kathmandu. The British media have objected to the fact that the new feature that Apple brings to its web browser Safari will cause financial crisis for journalists. Various media outlets have objected to the ability to block online ads that can now appear in Safari.

Apple's upcoming developer conference is likely to feature AI-based privacy with iOS 18. The feature can remove ads on the website and hide certain parts. If so, users will be able to automatically turn off ads on the website through Safari.

According to the Financial Times, the UK's News Media Association (NMA) has sent a letter to Apple objecting to this as it will cause problems in the media's financial resources.

According to NMA, this feature will reduce the income of content creators and create a situation where they will not be able to work in the future. However, Apple has not made any public comments on this.

Last updated: May 1, 2081 13:57


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