per Firefox user 16492086, fa 5 mesos
S'ha valorat amb 1 sobre 5
Used this for years. Not anymore. I don't want "acceptable ads", I don't want popups, I don't want "rewards", I don't want "anonymized" data collection, all I want is ad-blocking. And no, I don't want to "disable" harmful features myself, or accept being tracked by an ad-blocking software. It's a matter of trust. Trust, once lost, is never recovered. Just as it happened with AdBlock. Using uBlock origin now. Just ad-blocking, no ifs and buts
Resposta del desenvolupadors'ha publicat fa 4 mesos
Hi there, rewards is no longer a part of the Ghostery extension. Other notifications can be disabled in the settings menu: click the Ghostery icon > click the three stacked dots > click "settings" > click "notifications" > adjust accordingly. Reach out to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can further address any questions or concerns. Thanks.
- per Hu3ky, fa 5 horesS'ha valorat amb 1 sobre 5Yeah this extension is fucking awful.
1. This slows down Firefox.
2. Doesn't even block all trackers.
3. This stores your personal data.
4. It's not even private
5. Doesn't even block all ads.
Don't use this extension, use AdBlocker Ultimate. AdBlocker ultimate does the opposite of what I complained about.
- per sancho, fa 14 diesS'ha valorat amb 1 sobre 5This https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/ghostery/reviews/?score=1 cannot go unnoticed.
Ghostery developers should write a credible response (if there's any) and publish it.
- per Firefox user 14497406, fa 17 diesS'ha valorat amb 3 sobre 5I get a lot of notices about how ghostery is slowing down firefox. Especially if I open up more than three tabs at once. Some page, e.g. business central (ms garbage) I have to disable completely because it makes the page unusable and will sometimes crash the browser.