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Hi there,They seem to be showing for me.I'm on Chrome/WIN10. What browser/device are you using?Also, what view are you on? enhanced mobile view or desktop view?Ed
 

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Hey,This is an issue with the image not being hosted on a site using HTTPS. Now that 4bswaps is using HTTPS, Chrome, Firefox and Safari will block non-HTTPS images as it looks at them as a security risk. Once the site adds HTTPS, this images will show correctly again.Niall
 

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Hey,This is an issue with the image not being hosted on a site using HTTPS. Now that 4bswaps is using HTTPS, Chrome, Firefox and Safari will block non-HTTPS images as it looks at them as a security risk. Once the site adds HTTPS, this images will show correctly again.Niall
Thanks for digging that out Niall.
 

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The major browsers are completely blocking anything not HTTPS, with the exception of IE which will show it if you click a prompt to show mixed content.All sites will be required to be HTTPS at some point according to Google or they risk being blocked all together. - JB
 

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The major browsers are completely blocking anything not HTTPS, with the exception of IE which will show it if you click a prompt to show mixed content.All sites will be required to be HTTPS at some point according to Google or they risk being blocked all together. - JB
Google trying to set rules for the internet so they can track everyone. There is no reason for all sites to be HTTPS. Security and traceability simply isn't required.
 

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Google trying to set rules for the internet so they can track everyone. There is no reason for all sites to be HTTPS. Security and traceability simply isn't required.
HTTPS is secure content. HTTP is not. This is a security issue and not a Google issue as all browsers are doing it, or setting up to do it. This has also been a long time coming, as SSL requirements were posted last year. The internet is changing and we need to keep up.- JB
 

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HTTPS is secure content. HTTP is not. This is a security issue and not a Google issue as all browsers are doing it, or setting up to do it. This has also been a long time coming, as SSL requirements were posted last year. The internet is changing and we need to keep up.- JB
That's incorrect. I own HTTPS websites and there is nothing in there about security. It is all about owner verification. Security is another topic altogether.
 

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it's a verification key letting the user know that they're on a Google secured content site. Bots and hackers still get into another user's account if they don't practice safe password keeping. but it is troublesome that some sites are being blocked because their hosting sites don't have SSL security.Lee
 

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it's a verification key letting the user know that they're on a Google secured content site. Bots and hackers still get into another user's account if they don't practice safe password keeping. but it is troublesome that some sites are being blocked because their hosting sites don't have SSL security.Lee
Google need reminded that they don't own or run the internet.

They are trying to keep tabs on literally every user and it's insidious.
 
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