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- by Firefox user 16286609, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5The overall idea is very good. Conspiracy theories are a real threat and they are spreading over the internet faster than ever. And Youtube promotes them, it's just crazy.
One thing about this addon: It slows the Youtube Experience down a lot. Everything is laggy with this plugin installed. I currently have it disabled. When this gets fixed, I will enable it again.
- by Other Otter, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5This is a great idea, but you shouldn't have to click on a video before reporting it. If I get recommended a regrettable video, I'm not generally going to click on it (or perhaps that's the point, but would I even know it to bre regrettable at that point?)
- by 12bytes, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5Mozilla, censoring and shaping the free internet they *claim* to support - here's a company that has made multiple stupid decisions for which they have taken many rightfully deserved beatings and they have learned nothing from their mistakes - meanwhile their dwindling market share continues to sink like a lead balloon ... and they wonder why
here's my regret Mozilla: i regret that Firefox is still the only full-featured, extensible, privacy-centric web browser (only after hundreds of pref tweaks) - i regret there isn't more competition - i regret that you're in bed with a bunch of evil privacy hating companies like google
- by JuzBeKind, 2 months agoRated 1 out of 5This is an Internet censorship extension... created by Mozilla.
I checked and double-checked. It's created by the actual, official Mozilla.
Guess I should have seen this coming.
- by Firefox user 16335293, 2 months agoRated 5 out of 5It is not censorship! It is marking inappropriate content. Would you consider not showing porn, child abuse as censorship too?
We all are living by rules. As we have a dictatorship by big corporations such as Google, Youtube, Facebook, Amazon who do not follow any rules, we need a watch over their content.
We see how society is falling apart thanks to the misunderstood "freedom of speech" which must not be confused with "freedom to spread hate".