- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 15237927, 4 months agoThis plugin is great! I hated having to apply critical thought to the news stories I was reading, so exhausting! Now I browse away in safety and comfort, secure in the knowledge that all my thinking is being done for me by professionals! I really hope ReligionGuard is in the works???
- Rated 1 out of 5by SuNin, 5 months agoYou have to pay to use it? That seems ridiculous to me. I don't want to sign up for anything, I'm not interested in your free trial of anything. I just want to know if a site can be trusted and what the rating is and what to watch out for.
If you don't have to pay, you still have to sign up, there doesn't seem to be a way to bypass that screen. I don't need some shady company collecting information on my internet search habits. These guys are a data breach waiting to happen.
- Rated 1 out of 5by Paulie, 6 months agoEs kann wohl nicht wahr sein, dass auf der Mozilla Seite ein Add-on angeboten wird, welches konservative und andere nicht willkommene Meinungen aus dem Netz zu verdrängen sucht. Ich traue keinem Faktenchecker, dazu sollte jeder halbwegs intelligenter Mensch selbst in der Lage sein.
- Rated 1 out of 5by michaelrl100, 2 years agoAnti independent, anti conservative censorship that has cut off access to web services for media the neocons and neolibs don't like. Partnered with Microsoft and embedded in Edge for Android and likely desktop as well. We're not even talking about radical right wing sites - we're talking about simple right wing non neocon sites being censored for having a different position. Reminds me of the orginal cancel culture in the Soviet Union. Also it's proprietary and who knows what it does? Wouldn't trust it.