- by Firefox user 16933424, a month agoRated 4 out of 5bueno para evitar rastreos, malo porque bloquea acceso a mis cuentas de banco que por seguridad identifican equipo desde donde uno está. por eso lo desinstalo
Developer responseposted a month agoWhenever Privacy Badger breaks something somewhere, you can always disable Privacy Badger just for that site by clicking on the «Deshabilitar Privacy Badger en este sitio» ("Disable Privacy Badger for this site") button in Privacy Badger's popup. No need to disable Privacy Badger entirely!
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- by Firefox user 12343100, 2 months agoRated 4 out of 5Great if you like control. I like knowing what is blocked and what isn't rather than just having an all-or-nothing approach like Adblock takes. If a site demands certain third-party content to work, I can enable it piecemeal. Works pretty well as an adblocker, too, except it's annoying that it doesn't block during initial loading of a webpage when restarting Firefox, so an ad-heavy site like Washington Post starts sucking up lots of CPU cycles with their tons of animated ads. I've learned to immediately reload the page when starting up Firefox so the ads get blocked.