Rated 3 out of 5by Frédéric Jeanbart, 7 years ago
Hello, this looks very promising, but 1st I'd need some answers... A previous review said that your browser based configuration program uses fonts.googleapis.com, and by doing so provides Google the IP address of every user using your software. Is it still the case ? Also, why do we need to connect to your Web services so as do configure the module?
- Rated 3 out of 5by Marvin Finch, 11 days agoI used Ghostery for many years now and was very happy with it (= 5 stars). However, a couple weeks ago ads started to appear on websites again (and if you're not used to it, this is very annoying). I tried to get it to work again but no luck. Had to switch to another blocker and now I'm hassle free again. Thanks for the good time!
- Rated 1 out of 5by qhakazay, 16 days agoi can't really say much, since i had much more adblocks but after adding this specific one my youtube website started lagging so much that am glad i figured out it was this add-on...
- Rated 5 out of 5by paolo, a month agono idea bout privacy but ]..I canT make without you.
no more have to answer to cookies requests
Pages are lighter without animated banners,
(my computer is alwais too old and keep going) thanksomuch!
- Rated 1 out of 5by George Tirebiter, a month agoEveryone says it's a great addon. I wonder if they all got paid to say that. I can't even get the dern thing to install. Another chunk of garbage that makes Android continue to suck.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 17970086, a month agouBlock Origin is more powerful and is open source. It's ompletely unnecesary to run severeal adblocking extensions at the same time as well; you aren't better protected but the opposite.