A month ago, a popular advertisement on Backpage classified offered to sell you a laptop for a “reasonable price” (and you can always ask to cancel if you’re not happy with the price).
The ad promised to help users avoid paying a fee to access classified ads and backpage is one of the most popular paid advertising platforms.
But, in recent months, the site has been facing increasing scrutiny.
Last week, the company announced that it will be rolling out a new feature to limit ads on Backpages classifieds.
The company’s new feature is called ‘Block’ and it will allow users to block advertisements on BackPage classifieds they do not want to see.
A similar feature, Block Ads on Back Pages, was rolled out last month by the US-based ad blocking company Adblock Plus.
The new Block ads feature is expected to be rolled out on all Backpage services from now on.
The new feature will also let users block ads on their own websites.
This feature is currently only available in India.
But the new feature could be used in other countries too.
In fact, according to a recent article in The New York Times, it is possible to use Block Ads to block ads in Australia, the UK, the US, New Zealand and Spain.
The article cites an analysis by Adblock Labs and shows that users in India and China would see the most effect of the new Block Ads feature.
Users in India have been using the Block Ads function for a while now.
A user in India can check the “Block Ads” tab on their Backpage.
But when they want to access the ads on a particular page, they need to enter a code that will trigger a “backpage” feature on their browser.
However, according the article, the new system is only meant to be used on the Backpage service and not the Backpages paid advertisements.
In India, users who want to avoid paying the fee to find classified ads will need to opt out of the service.
The feature is not currently available in other Indian markets.
The Indian government has yet to announce a date for the roll out of this feature.
But it is expected that users of Backpage and other platforms will benefit from the new functionality.
The feature will not only stop the ads from appearing on Back Page, but it will also prevent the ads in certain categories from appearing in ads on other Backpage sites.
This could potentially help users who use the platform to find advertisements for free.
In India, the Backdoor category is one that is particularly popular.
The Backdoor section offers classified ads that are meant to trick users into paying for the service to find them classified ads.
According to the article that The Times quoted, users of the Back Door section on BackPages classifieds are often told that they can not find classifieds if they are using the service without a backpage address.
The users are also told that there is a risk of the ads being blocked on their platform.
Adblock Labs said that it plans to roll out the new ‘Block Ads on backpages’ feature in the next few weeks.
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