• November 2, 2021

India: More than half of the websites affected by Facebook’s ad blockers have blocked adverts

India has seen more than a quarter of the sites affected by Google’s ad blocking programme blocked, but many of the blocked sites remain offline.

The data was published by Google India, which published data on the number of websites affected and how many ads were running on those sites.

Facebook blocked ad blocking sites in India for several months last year, and recently started a similar campaign in the country.

This is not the first time India has witnessed a large number of blocked sites.

In 2016, the country saw nearly 50 million blocked ads and over 40 million ads blocked in India.

A lot of these blocked sites were blocked for commercial reasons.

Google India says it blocked 5.4 million ads last year.

Google has previously said that it will continue to block ads on a case by case basis, and the company has not yet provided any details about how the blocks will be rolled out in the future.

Facebook’s latest ad blocking campaign will see its ads block in India, and it has also told the country that it is ready to provide more details about the campaign.

“We will be able to provide details about what is happening in the coming days,” a spokesperson for Facebook told TechCrunch in a statement.

“But right now we want to focus on getting the most out of our ad blocking campaigns in India.”

Facebook is now blocking sites on multiple fronts, including for commercial purposes, so it’s possible that more sites will not be blocked for many months.