---- Firefox Announces User Plugin Control For Greater Stability and Security
SevenCubed - 4:01 pm on Jan 31, 2013 (gmt 0)
I guess this will block adsense (unless users click to play the ads)?
There are already plenty of add-ons that block Adsense and others. This probably isn't going to make that much difference?
I was feeling that even though No-Script has better security measures it was sometimes difficult to get a page to display properly when I needed it to.
And with this plugin I make a point of allowing some cross-site requests to their ad networks by whitelisting them because I know their existence depends on it, such as newspaper sites. But even there I don't allow them all because of the excessive cross-site collusion, it's mind boggling. On the newspaper site that I visit frequently I allow their primary ad network to display ads to me.
It's only google and all their offshoots that get blocked uniformly across all domains with no exceptions. With others I am selective such as here at WW I allow the ones that has a potential to adversely affect revenue if I didn't allow them. Speaking of which I haven't noticed any ads up in the top right hand corner for quite a few weeks now. I miss them!