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existential1 wrote

Or, hear me out on this, don't use Facebook.

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celebratedrecluse wrote (edited )

ublock origin instead tho?

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celebratedrecluse wrote

what does privacy badger do, that ublock does not? I did not like privacy badger, because it says it "learns" based on your browsing history, which i assumed would be a liability rather than a benefit.

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yam wrote

it says it "learns" based on your browsing history,

They cut out the "learning" part a few months back because, surprise, turns out that itself could be used for fingerprinting users.

what does privacy badger do, that ublock does not?

Badger has a "yellow" setting where it won't accept cookies from a given domain but still allow connections. uBlock can't do that but uMatrix can.

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existential1 wrote

I see. Pretty nice then. Wonder if the Tor browser has something similar or if its just redundant at that point. Especially after using VPN too.

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