|Google to iOS devs: disable HTTPS so we can deliver insecure ads|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2015-08-27 17:28:53|
While Google remains committed to industry-wide adoption of HTTPS, there isn't always full compliance on third party ad networks and custom creative code served via our systems. To ensure ads continue to serve on iOS9 devices for developers transitioning to HTTPS, the recommended short term fix is to add an exception that allows HTTP requests to succeed and non-secure content to load successfully.
Confirmed: Google wants me to switch to iOS.
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