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As Valentine’s draws to a close and Thursday dawns, Google will leverage its market position and the popularity of its Chrome browser to take aim squarely at poor-quality ad experiences. When the initiative launches, Google will stop showing ads on Chrome that do not meet the quality standards adopted by the Coalition for Better Ads.