- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 16887841, 2 days agoMachine Learning-Learns Trackers as you browse-smartest tech in tracking protection
Developer responseposted 2 days agoHello and thank you!
Just a note, Privacy Badger doesn't use actual machine learning (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Machine_learning), but it is a machine that learns. You can learn more about how Privacy Badger works on Privacy Badger's FAQ page:
- Rated 4 out of 5by Alfabeach, 5 days agoMore and more trackers seem to be getting bye.
Developer responseposted 4 days agoHello! What are the trackers that Privacy Badger doesn't catch? I would like to help but the reviews page is not the right place.
To get help or to report bugs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a GitHub account, you can use our GitHub issue tracker at https://github.com/EFForg/privacybadger/issues
- Rated 5 out of 5by jd, 23 days agoNada, hace pocos días comencé a usarlo y parece que funciona bien. No soy de instalar complementos, estudiaré este que parece interesante, tiene buenos comentarios y de codigo abierto.
- Rated 1 out of 5by MacGuini, a month agoPrevents various COMMON features from working. It blocks Google sign in on some sites. I was blaming Firefox for all of my issues. Turns out. It was the Privacy Badger. With all of the issues I was facing. I do not trust this add-on anymore. It feels far too invasive and has only brought me more issues. Use Ublock Origin instead of this garbage.
Developer responseposted a month agoTo sign in via Google, you can move the slider for accounts.google.com to "green" and reload the page, or you can click on the "Disable for this site" button in Privacy Badger's popup. We plan to make this more intuitive. To get help or to report bugs in the future, please email email@example.com
Privacy Badger is made by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit that fights for your rights online. To learn more, visit https://www.eff.org/