The company said in a blog post today that, starting in January, it will begin cracking down on the use of so-called interstitials. That’s basically when you visit a mobile web page and a pop-up or separate page appears—blocking the content you actually intended to see. While interstitials are universally detested by every person who has ever lived, publishers are using them more frequently as they seek creative new ways to monetize mobile clicks.
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