"It's no secret that Flash is slowly going the way of the dodo, but Google's Chrome will likely accelerate that processes by blocking Flash content on most Internet sites.Google Chrome plans to start blocking Flash, with a few exceptions
Chrome's development team revealed last week a plan to automatically switch Flash content with a HTML5 alternative, if possible. If a site doesn't provide an HTML5 version, the content will be available to users only after they approve it."
Monday, May 16, 2016
Google Chrome plans to start blocking Flash, with a few exceptions (Mashable)
Also see Google Chrome is now the undisputed champion of the web browser world (Quartz), which notes "That means Google now controls the internet experience for the majority of internet users—every step of the way."