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New figures say more than 419 million people are banishing adverts from their phones, particularly in China.
Ads for the upcoming Rocky sequel, "Creed," will be the first to be woven into Twitter's Moments feature.
The new version of Firefox paves the way for faster, safer browsing and strips websites of ad technology used to follow user behavior.
If you're not a Facebook user but have ever visited the site, you'll probably start seeing ads via Facebook.