In Google Chrome for the first time at the request of millions of people now have protection from this unpleasant things.
Quite often, the network messages with information about how any subscriber without his or her consent to a phone number hooked up for a paid subscription. All blame their mobile operators, but in fact they are not to blame.
The fact is that if you use mobile Internet on 2G, 3G and 4G LTE, while clicking on some link, you can automatically connect to a paid subscription.
As it became known from official blog of the developers, in the 71st version of Google Chrome for smartphones based on Android and iOS now need all the feature that will protect the people from all countries of the world from paid subscriptions. This Internet browser will be released in December 2018, but now everyone can install the beta to test the new feature. Its essence is that when you open a link able to apply for a paid subscription, the user will be a notification about it.
Google conducted a study and found out that every month at least 3 million Chrome users browsing with a mobile subscription and click on links, then their accounts begin to be charged. With the new version of the popular web browser this will be forgotten, because when you try to load the page, capable to deduct money from the account phone, the user will see the message. He will need to answer, he agrees to proceed, or should come back.
A warning will be displayed on the entire screen, so the probability of accidental activation of the paid subscription goes to zero. According to “the search giant”, all companies are required to self-ask first approval of a paid subscription, but in the pursuit of private profit, almost no one in 2018 does not. After clicking the link to receive an SMS with information about successful connection to the subscription and redemption of money for the first day of use. To return them is usually impossible. Download Google Chrome 71 version in December of this year will be from App Store (iOS) and G Play (Android).
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