An anonymous reader writes: The Wall Street Journal issued a report Tuesday that said Facebook will begin forcing ads to appear for all users of its desktop site, even if they use ad-blocking software. Adblock Plus, the most popular ad-blocking software, opposed Facebook’s plan and found a workaround to Facebook’s revision two days later. Now, TechCrunch is reporting that Facebook is well aware of Adblock Plus’ workaround and their “plan to address the issue” is coming quick. “A source close to Facebook tells [TechCrunch] that today possibly within hours, the company will push an update to its site’s code that will nullify Adblock Plus’ workaround,” reports TechCrunch. “Apparently it took two days for Adblock Plus to come up with the workaround, and only a fraction of that time for Facebook to disable it.” An update on their site says, “A source says Facebook is now rolling out the code update that will disable Adblock Plus’ workaround. It should reach all users soon.”
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