Noyb wrote:Wladimir:- make this feature opt-in and you're ok.
Outcast wrote:You should quit the project and let others to pick it up.
LorenzoC wrote:Ok, I am adding my two cents even if I do know my opinion doesn't matter.
Here we have an extension whose goal was to give the user control over what it is loaded/displayed in his/her browser, by filtering objects. The first issue with this was the subscriptions, basically users delegating somebody else to decide what to filter and how. But this is understandable due the technicalities involved.
Now comes the second issue, users are going to delegate not only the technical part of content filtering but also what is "acceptable" and what is not.
LorenzoC wrote:There isn't the user deciding of his/her browser, there isn't the user relying on "trusted" third party people
LorenzoC wrote:This means advertisers who want to slip through the filters must have an "agreement" in place with ABP.
melikamp wrote:MonztA wrote:@melikamp
So you're saying his survey is complete bs?
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