sourcejedi wrote:But it's not a stylesheet issue, is it? And I know NoScript affects fragment URLs (for #! => ?_escaped_fragment_= support), so there's certainly room for a bug there.
The essential UI for Ghostery, at least, is pretty well polished. Numeric indicator, "What is <DoubleClick>". "Pause blocking" for experiments. "Whitelist domain", if you want to allow analytics on sites you like.
Whether the implementation makes sense as a whole, I don't claim to know.
<obligatory snark>NoScript seemed to feel that tracking was important enough to bundle in (as forced DNT).
Ghostery provides tracking-prevention in a package which appears more user-friendly than NoScript. If NoScript were breaking Ghostery (and the answer is not to use Ghostery)... it sounds like it's priorities are somewhat confused and self-centric.</obligatory snark>
I'm always a bit conflicted about ABP, for the obvious reason. I am using it at the moment, but mainly for ABP Element hiding.
RequestPolicy, to paraphrase your own description, is a bit of a pig. I'm quite happy with a blacklist approach for privacy that doesn't require user intervention. I don't mind if it's annoying the big guys, but tending to miss the little guys.
fixanoid wrote:Thanks Guardian, your opinion is already well regarded by our team, and I'll be sure to keep your thoughts at exactly the same regard.
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