In recent years, the number of web sites using HTTPS has steadily grown. Only 20 per cent of sites use the HTTP standard. And it looks like a lot of people will be able to access these sites as soon as possible.
At the moment Google Chrome believes HTTP sites aren’t secure, but you’re allowed to visit them. But next year a new version will be released. This will stop all users from using such resources. This will happen after the release of Chrome 111 in the spring of 2023.
Besides this, we observe that the blocking function can be disable, but it will work by default. In the future, it’ll likely appear full-fledged blocking, which can no longer be turned off manually.