- by Patrick A Jonas, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Firefox Mozilla i have been working with for years now up to this time stills here's as a team's group's original oracle Microsoft Google Yahoo aol WordPress and. This list goes on we stayed commit to our network team's
- by SubGothius, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5Folks, you need to TEMPORARILY allow third-party cookies to set these opt-outs because they work as cookies set by each advertiser network, telling their own network not to set any actual tracking cookies in your browser.
Once these opt-out cookies are set, you can re-block third-party cookies, in which case the opt-out won't matter anyway because you're already blocking any cookies you opted out of -- i.e., the opt-out only matters when you choose to allow third-party cookies.
This extension just makes sure those opt-out cookies don't get deleted or overridden.
- by Firefox user 15138396, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Don't waste time with this add-on. DAA or its partners could be insincere. I've tried opt-out like 20x and still get "Opt out requests for 0 participating companies were successfully completed for this browser."
- by LezBoyd, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5Went through the entire opt-out procedure THRICE, and every time I get the message "Opt out requests for 0 participating companies were successfully completed for this browser.", and "Opt-out requests for 134 participating companies were not completed."
I suppose its because they require you to enable Third Party Cookies in order to work, which in turn opens you up to tracking cookies from malicious ad-provider networks that are not part of the DAA. Its just better to install an ad-blocker extension and turn off third party cookies + clear cookies regularly.