Just had a look through #uBlockOrigin's readme, and I love them, such a good bunch of humans.
"[...] it's important to note that using a blocker is NOT theft. Don't fall for this creepy idea. The ultimate logical consequence of `blocking = theft` is the criminalisation of the inalienable right to #privacy."
Wanted to give them money, but:
"Free. Open source. For users by users. No donations sought."
@stragu I've been using it for years now and it's just amazing.
@luka yes, such a quality tool, I've used it for a few years but I looked at the settings for the first time today and discovered extra privacy settings: "Prevent WebRTC from leaking local IP addresses " and "Disable hyperlink auditing". So bloody good.
@stragu It also goes with the fucked up idea that browsers should be forced to render things in a certain way. They're just transmitting you data. Is it breaking copyright to change the rendering of that data? We need a return to Gopher.