Clarification need for Chrome enforcement
As for your second question, we would like to be able to filter out only the non compliant ad experiences, but this is technically very challenging. The Chrome team is assessing the best way to approach this challenge. We are working with the Coalition for Better Ads on the enforcement details for annoying ad experiences and expect to have additional details and dates soon.
I hope it's going be a clean difference between Abusive Report and Ad Experience Report and Google reviewers will mentions only specific related issues to specific sections, and not mix them.
It's also going be nice also to know, If in between the 1st and 2 review, does any Chrome enforcement will be issues for the site?
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