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"Google have revealed plans to sideline Flash in their Chrome browser. In the draft proposal 'HTML5 by Default' Chrome's technical program manager says 'Later this year we plan to change how Chromium hints to websites about the presence of Flash Player. If a site offers an HTML5 experience, this change will make that the primary experience.'", www.infoq.com
"Google is switching to HTML5 wherever possible following its decision to end support for Adobe’s Flash software. The software makes multimedia rich content run on a particular web page but a number of security holes make Flash vulnerable to exploitation by hackers.", www.newseveryday.com
"Google has outlined a plan to push HTML5 by default in Chrome, instead of Flash. In Q4 2016, the company plans to only serve Flash by default for the top 10 domains that still depend on the plugin. Chrome will display the HTML5 experience if it’s available, but if Flash is required, the user will be asked whether Flash can be allowed to run or not.", venturebeat.com
"Google might be about to finally kill off Flash by all but banning its use in Chrome. The software – which is used for videos and animations on websites – has been slowly dying off in recent years. Its demise started when Apple chose not to allow people to use it on its iPhones and iPads, forcing most websites to move towards other technologies.", www.independent.co.uk
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