With the new update, it is unfortunate that Google doesn’t split out third party blocked resources from the ones that are on-site. Since webmasters can largely ignore third-party blocked resources (although it is suggested they contact those third parties to unblock them) it is a shame that on-site ones aren’t given a higher priority on the list or flagged in some way.
One downside is that the new test seems to ask users to prove they aren’t a robot on every test, some requiring the “click all photos of xyz” as well. This happens even when users are logged into the system.
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