- készítette: CreepyCrawler, 2 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5As others have pointed out, this addon gets rid of the cookie warnings by "accepting all". This is not explicit in the description of the addon and therefore can lead many people in mistake.
- készítette: Mike, 2 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5Caution! This add-on does not reject that websites track you; it automatically allows it! This is exactly the opposite of what I want.If the add-on does something you don't need, don't use it. Giving a one star review just because you need something else is wrong, because it pretty much does great what it's created for.
- készítette: P., 4 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5Repeatedly opens his own webpage to advertise raising money for himself without an option to opt out.
Fejlesztői válaszközzétéve: 4 hónapjaAs the extension description says: "This addon periodicaly (usually once a year) notifies users about what has been and needs to be done." Read a bit about a product before you install anything, please.
The extension does that only once a year and it's not primarily about raising money. Of course, if you have multiple browsers or profiles you may see it more than once.
- készítette: EdwinK, 5 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5As many others said before - the name sez it all. From the developer's website (why can't this be found here??): "By using it, you explicitly allow websites to do whatever they want with cookies they set on your computer". Are there informations anywhere as to the financing of the project? What we desperately need is an add-on that does the same but always allow the minimum settings only!
Fejlesztői válaszközzétéve: 5 hónapjaHi Edwin,
2. The extension is not properly financed. It's a donation based project (a big thanks to all who contributed!) but donations don't cover my time and resources invested. Feel free to change that :)
- készítette: Firefox felhasználó 13805277, 7 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5The name says it all. It's the perfect tool for people that don't care about cookies. It just accept every cookie.
For anyone else: Beware of this extension.
- készítette: Firefox felhasználó 13809389, 9 hónapjaCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5This add-on just sent me a notification to advertise their other services. Uninstalled!
- készítette: Mike JC, egy éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5This add-on blocks the discussion sections of https://metro.co.uk so I regrettably have had to remove it and I cannot recommend it.
- készítette: Firefox felhasználó 13764671, egy éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5It used to be good, but nowadays does not work properly anymore with Firefox. Every time you want to report a cookie warning, you get the message that the fault lies with Firefox.
Fejlesztői válaszközzétéve: egy éveWhenever you see that message, that means that I've seen the already existing report and checked the website and I really can't see the warning unless I disable the extension.
That is valid for Firefox on Linux, Chrome, Opera and most other browsers. But in Firefox for Windows... that's another story. I have reported it to them but they don't do much, I can't do anything else.
Try switching to Chrome for a while - just for a while :) - and you'll see there are no cookie warnings on those same websites.
- készítette: Cynyster, 2 éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5So I get to exchange on kind of annoyance with another. The annoyance of the cookie popup or the annoyance that I get a full browser screen ad every time I launch my browser.. You want how much to stop your ad?
Yeah Get BENT I am the kind of guy that DOES donate to plugin developers. But not to exchange one annoyance for another... Bye Bye
Fejlesztői válaszközzétéve: 2 éveThe notice is set up to be displayed only once, when the extension gets updated to version 3.0.2. If you see it more than once (in a single browser), there might be a bug in the browser itself. If you can, please send me more info about it. You can also try to uninstall the extension (I guess you've already done that part hihi) and install it again after the browser restart. That may help.
Also, if you have some kind of sandboxing software like Sandboxie, it can cause this kind of problem with addons, you should see the instructions provided by sandboxing software developers.
- készítette: Firefox felhasználó 14092327, 3 éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5Der Titel hält, was er verspricht: Der Entwickler kümmert sich nicht um Cookies, auch nicht nach rund 100 Meldungen einer bestimmten Webseite.
- készítette: Firefox felhasználó 12510202, 3 éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5Ha dejado de funcionar ,en la web de confianza ,que antes no salia la advertencia de aceptar cookies ahora si salen ,por lo que lo he desinstalado
- készítette: Chronogroumph, 3 éveCsillagos értékelés: 1 / 5La RGPD rend le contrôle des données privées aux utilisateurs d'Internet. Utiliser ce module revient donc à accepter "bêtement" tous les cookies, même les plus intrusifs et rendre disponible toute sa vie privée, tout en perdant conscience des risques éventuels.
A se demander si de tels logiciels ne sont pas conçus et proposés par les plus grands bénéficiaires du vol des données privées...
The RGPD makes the control of private data to Internet users. Using this module is therefore to accept "stupidly" all cookies, even the most intrusive and make available all his privacy, while losing awareness of potential risks.
To wonder if such software is not designed and proposed by the biggest beneficiaries of the theft of private data ...
Fejlesztői válaszközzétéve: 3 éveI respect your opinion. However, as someone who protects the privacy in many more practical and sufficient ways, I don't want to click the same cookie warning button on 150 websites daily, nor read privacy policies all day long.
Don't get me wrong: I am all for the privacy protection. I just think displaying a cookie warning everywhere is not a good and practical solution. You don't want to be notified about dangers when crossing the street and asked to agree or sign the document which states all the dangers of it, right? It would be too much, because you already know it, and you don't want to waste time you don't have, right?
The same goes for internet privacy: education is the key - the right kind of education which takes place in the right kind of institutions and not on the websites themselves (for some websites, it's almost like forcing a thief to explain what he's going to steal from you on purpose).
Btw, this extension is created long before the GDPR :)