Google Chrome users will soon encounter a full-page warning whenever visiting a website whose SSL certificate is not registered with a public certificate log.
I have yet to see one. I added SSL to my site a few months ago, and two years ago removed all ad trackers, analytics trackers, and cookies. Browse free and safe.
Chrome’s new policy is known as “certificate transparency.” Boiled down, this means a certificate authority (CA) must maintain a public log that offers cryptographic proof that the certificates issued are authentic. If a website holds a certificate issued by a CA that has not been submitted to one of these public logs, then users will be warned.
Google controls a huge chunk of the internet these days.