- Rated 4 out of 5by eriador, 3 years agoUpdate: the author decided to start sending custom headers to websites as explained at https://www.i-dont-care-about-cookies.eu/cookie-installing-permission-header/
This could be exploited as a fingerprinting vector, so make sure to disable those notifications in the addon's preferences if you're concerned about your privacy.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Gordon Dry, 3 years agoPale Moon 28.4.1 x64
As soon as the addon was updated to 2.9.9, the browser behaved like a crawl.
Slow. Sluggish. Choppy.
One core full load, so 25% CPU usage all the time.
As soon as I downgraded back to 2.9.8 - issue gone immediately.
And I use this source, because Pale Moon does not support WebExtensions:
See also here:
- Rated 4 out of 5by avada, 3 years agoIt breaks websites.
The idea is good, however it seems like it plainly hides the cookie warnings instead of accepting them.
This results in websites that are unusable. You click elements that don't react, you try to scroll but it won't work, etc. You refresh maybe thinking maybe something didn't load correctly, but nothing you do will fix the website, but disabling this addon and accepting the cookie notification.
It caused great frustration initially when I had no idea why can't use a website.
Turns out I didn't even have the latest version because for some reason the minimum version is now 57. So in browser updates won't work on v56 that I use.
Now I reported them.
Developer responseposted 3 years agoDid you report those websites? If not, report them, please.
Websites implement cookie warnings in literally tens of thousands of ways, so cathing them all is quite a task.
EDIT: Try now, please. I have enabled support for FF 56, although some (options related) features may not work properly.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13449340, 4 years agoJe viens de réactiver I don't care about cookies, mais j'ai un doute : dans le cas où il nous est demandé d'accepter les cookies, est-ce que le plug-in les accepte tous ? Est-ce qu'il ne peut pas au contraire nous aider à tous les refuser?
Par exemple, quand je vais sur Recode-Decode, sans I don't care about cookies, j'ai le choix entre "Accepter" ou "En savoir plus" sur les moyens de refuser (ce choix est déjà bien planqué). Est-ce que "I don't care about cookies" accepte tout à ma place? Ou bien agit-il comme Qookiefix qui rétablit le bouton "Refuser" (mais seulement sur les bannières Quantacast). J'aimerais bien que ça aille vers ça, un peu comme le faisais Self Destroying Cookie (mais Mozilla l'a condamné pour des problèmes de sécurité…)Dans les cas où le site ne fonctionne pas correctement sans accepter les cookies, le plug-in les accepte tous. Le site web dit :
"By using it, you explicitly ALLOW websites to do whatever they want with cookies they set on your computer".
- Rated 4 out of 5by MacGivre, 4 years agoAu temps pour moi, le problème vient de Quantcast depuis l'application du RGPD.
J'ai installé une appli qui me redonne le contrôle de certains cookies sur ces sites pourris : https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/qookiefix/
Je garde "I don't carre..." car il fait bien son boulot sur les autres sites.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefoss, 4 years agoIt works great BUT...
The extension can read the content of any web page you visit as well as data you enter into those web pages, such as usernames and passwords.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Dan Ziemba, 4 years agoSeems to work well most places, but it is currently blocking the pop-over / modal-view thing that opens in the same page when attempting to view posts in the new reddit redesign.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Cool Franz, 4 years agoWorking, but not working on all sites.It can't work on ALL of them. However, let me copy-paste the message from the extension's homepage:
The GDPR is a European Union (EU) privacy law that will affect businesses around the world when it becomes enforceable on May 25, 2018 - meaning, tomorrow!
Many websites are implementing or changing their cookie notifications right now to meet the deadline, so you may see them more frequently that usual, even on bigger websites and websites from the US.
Don't worry and please be patient, these new notifications will also be blocked in the next version.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13562991, 5 years agoWorked fine untill I upgraded to Firefox Quantum. I can't see/find the add-on's icon in the taskbar anymore. I have it enabled and I don't get any notifications when I close a site or something. Something tells me it isn't functioning properly? Support would be nice
EDIT: SORRY! I made a mistake and confused this add-on with the 'Selfdestructing Cookies' add-on.
Developer responseposted 5 years agoI also have Firefox Quantum and it works properly. There was never an icon in the taskbar, only a submenu in the context menu. Please check your settings in about:addons. If it doesn't work, try to remove it and install it again. If it still doesn't work, please contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) with the details.