On 08/13/2014 05:08 PM, William Denton wrote:
> On 13 August 2014, Karen Coyle wrote:
>> *ps - I had a great cookie manager for a while, but it's no longer
>> around. Cookie control in browsers actually was easier a decade ago -
>> they've obviously been discouraged from including that software. If
>> anyone knows of a good cookie program or plugin, I'd like to hear
>> about it.
> I use Cookie Monster  and like it.
> Related: on my work box I'm trying out the EFF's Privacy Badger ,
> which I hope will be a success. At home I use Disconnect , which
> blocks entire domains. It's great for cutting out cookies and junk like
> AddThis, but cripes, I hadn't realized how many people pull in
> tracking to avoid.
+1 on EFF Privacy Badger.
I have used Xombrero browser for a while which has most of these
concerns `built-in` and not as an add-on. I will be the first to say the
browser requires a Vi state of mind to use that trips all but the most
seasoned Vi (possibly ed ;-) users.
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