So I'm in my usual rush to get out the door. I'm trying to print a Fedex shipping label, the same way I always do through Fedex Ship Manager. When I look at the label, it's just a blank label, no name, address, etc.
So I look at my Firefox Noscript icon, looking for the little red circle with a line through it to indicate a domain I need to whitelist. Nothing. Just the pure white S which says I've already whitelisted everything. Or so I though at least.
I'm starting to freak out. It's almost 5:00. I process the shipment again. Same thing. Then I look at Noscript again. I notice I have doubleclick.net in my Untrusted zone. So I allow it - and sure enough, the full label loads for me.
Did anyone else notice that yesterday? I tell you what, it's a different internet when you have doubleclick.net whitelisted. I spent 10 minutes like that, decided it wasn't for me, and immediately reblocked doubleclick. I guess I'll just have to go back and forth when I print my Fedex labels from now on.
The bigger question is, what information is doubleclick collecting from my shipping label? I didn't see any ads on the page.