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  • I'm giving this extension three stars, because it only provides half of the functionality. The data collection part works, but there is only one view, the graphical view and currently you can't change between the different views. And you can also control tracking protection from within the addon, infact this addon takes over the tracking protection setting. There's also no button I saw that lets you share your data with Mozilla, as is stated in the privacy policy. I would really like this addon to work like in the above pictures, but it doesn't, currently. I'm gonna keep an eye for updates hoping this will be fixed!

    From what I've read and understood the dev team for this addon is very small, as a result development is pretty slow.
  • 5 étoiles lorsque je pourrai gérer la liste des cookies
  • Cool
  • It is very good but I would be happy, if this goes on Android too...
  • L'unico neo manca la traduzione dall'inglese all'italiano
  • Spy made in Mozilla.
  • A fantastic visual for just how much 'watching'/ data collection is going on, passively or actively. Remember you are the product usually, unless you choose not to be. 5 Stars for simplicity in awareness.
  • I do not understand the images or what to do with the information
  • Un être averti en vaut 2
  • I am sick to death of adverts and when I make a comment in some newspaper I have noticed they have been into my site as orders I have made online then appear on the newspaper! Example:If I order a pair of shoes, those shoes appear ON THE NEWSPAPER COMMENTS PAGE! Clearly it has tracked me. Its what I want stopped as find it very annoying I can't order something without the world knowing about it.
  • respect de la vie privé
  • Good
  • I can only give this 3 stars at the moment, because it doesn't *appear* to work on v59.0.2. It looks great in the pics though, so 3 stars! :)
    It might not be working for me because everything I do at the moment is using either MAC containers or Temporary containers, and I'm guessing that this extension is focusing on the default *container*, which I'm not touching. I also have Tracking Protection set to *always on*, although I haven't got any other ad-blocking type extensions.
    If it is a because of the Containers, then I hope that an option will be given to choose which container to analyse. I'd love to get an idea of how well containerisation works – with and without Tracking Protection and/or other ad-blockers etc.
    It would be nice if it could analyse the Private Browsing *container* as well, while it's in use.
    I'll be happy to do some testing if it helps! :)