Too many problems Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Frequently breaks some websites, and even broke my own website as I was trying to work on it. The popup for email fields is annoying and just gets in the way. Though, the biggest problem I have with it is the fact that you are required to register an account in order to change any settings, which is absurd.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (3.2.1072.1-signed). 

addressing your concerns - sorry for the confusion!

Hey Zauber,

Thanks for your insight on DoNotTrackMe. Admittedly, when you work on the back-end of certain websites (in Drupal or Joomla CMSs, for example), the Mask My Email panels do show up. We're terribly sorry about that, and we recommend you work on your website in a browser that does not have DoNotTrackMe enabled.

However, in terms of other websites, it is extremely helpful for us to know whenever DoNotTrackMe affects the performance of another site. It is usually based on a script / request we are blocking from tracking you, and again, it would be really helpful to know which website it was so that we can have our engineering team look into it.

In terms of the email fields being annoying, you can click on our icon in the top right of Firefox, go to Settings, and click the check mark next to "Don't Track My Email Here" to turn that off (and never see it again on other sites). After you do change that setting, just refresh your browser, and it will go away. To clarify, you do not need to register to change that setting.

Sorry for any confusion, and please let me know if there's anything else I can help with. You can email me personally at zrachins at abine dot com if there's anything I can do.