- di Utente Firefox 13666733, 4 anni faValutata 1 su 5The license for this add-on is falsely stated here as GNU GPL 3.0. This add-on in fact also includes two proprietary (non-free, not open source) third-party software products, as stated on the add-on's github page (https://github.com/disconnectme/disconnect). Claiming that the add-on is free software and licensed exclusively under GNU GPL 3.0 is highly deceptive, dishonest and inaccurate. Please rectify this and include the licenses of all software parts of the add-on on its official Mozilla Firefox add-ons page.
I've now reported this issue to the authors, to firstname.lastname@example.org, via the form on its AMO page and on Mozilla's forum (https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/information-about-add-on-stated-incorrectly-by-authors-on-amo/23377). All with no effect, the mistake remains. Apparently any add-on developer can just claim anything they want about their add-on, there is no control. It's good to be aware that addons.mozilla.org can't be trusted and doesn't really care to provide accurate information about add-ons.
- di fireside, 4 anni faValutata 2 su 5This blocks embedded Twitter images from showing on many web pages, such as on Huffington Post pages. And there is no option to change that, other than disabling Disconnect. And I am not sure this addon is needed anymore since Adblock Plus also has options to block tracking. And their options don't block embedded Twitter images from showing on pages.
- di David Vanderschel, 4 anni faValutata 1 su 5With Firefox Version 57 (the new Quantum), I no longer have an icon on my toolbar which allows me to control it (e.g., whitelist). I removed Disconnect, NoScript, and AdBlockPlus, restarted Firefox, and then installed Disconnect again. It does show to be installed; but no joy! No icon.
- di Utente Firefox 13547071, 4 anni faValutata 1 su 5This program was installed without my permission. I'm generally pretty careful about looking for all of the click boxes and check the terms before installing a program - though I do give the terms a quick scan. Generally, anything that sneaks its way onto your computer should be treated with great suspicion.