Opera for Android Can Now Block Those Annoying GDPR Dialogs
While the implementation of the GDPR rules has without a doubt changed the way user data is handled on the Old Continent, the browsing experience has become a bit more frustrating for many users, as they’re provided with privacy dialogs on every single website.
The latest version of Opera browser for Android is supposed to resolve this frustrating assault with dialogs all over the web by simply streamlining the browsing experience with a blocker taking care of everything for you.
Opera for Android 48 comes with new options in Settings > Ad blocking that allow you to configure what you want to see when loading a website and block further cookie popups from showing up.
“With new privacy regulations, we have seen a noticeable increase of cookie and privacy dialogs in our browsers,” Opera says. “We have extended on our ad blocker technology to optionally include the elimination of the vast majority of these cookie and privacy dialogs.”