Used to be Decent Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Seems like it does it's job well, but the constant popups make it almost as bad as the stuff it's supposed to be blocking. I don't want the "hide your email" stuff, nor hiding my credit card number, etc. Go back to simple.

I understand the danger of email tracking, but I also understand that I already have autofill software for forms I want to use -- LastPass -- and I don't want all my information stored in yet another service. I tried to figure out how to turn all of this stuff off, but -- honestly, why should I be forced to turn them off? And why should I watch an advertisement while I'm putting in my cc number? Oh, I can turn it off, but since DNT apparently stores stuff in settings I clear every time I exit FF, it forgets my settings constantly.

It's a bit ironic that a "privacy program," would store information about me in this way.

Just block trackers, and leave the rest alone -- unless you're going to try and compete with something like LastPass in its entirity -- and then, let me see the total package side by side, rather than bugging me to buy one service here, and another service there, and...

I've switched to something else to get rid of the annoyances of this new update. DNT is yesterday's software at this point.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.1.1038.1-signed). 

hi Russ

Thanks for your critical feedback. We respect it and understand your desire for simplicity. We are actually trying to be simple: allow your browsing, your email, phone, and credit card #'s not to be tracked. That's it. We believe not giving out this personal information is JUST AS important as blocking web trackers... which is why both free features are on by default.

One click on the interface should show you a SETTINGS link where you can control all the settings.
Did you try this and have it get "cleared" off during your next session? If so, please report this to us.
You should be able to use LastPass alongside DNTMe by the way.