Discussion in 'polls' started by ams963, Aug 14, 2012.
Do you use Do Not Track Plus?
Do Not Track subscriptions for AdBlock Plus, as well as Firefox's built in Do Not Track feature is enough. I don't need DNTP...
So, I voted No
How this add-on different than Ghostery?
No, am covered enough by ABP and subscriptions. The Do Not Track of Firefox is a voluntary thing, so I don't think that many websites will volunteer.
Do Not Track Plus doesn't stop contact with the offending tracking sites. It creates a do-not-track cookie for each of the ones that honor the do-not-track process, and creates bogus cookies for the others. It does create a glut of cookies that makes it a little difficult to monitor your cookies simply.
That's not to say it doesn't serve its purpose. It just does it in a different way than Ghostery.
Using AdFender - that works with many browsers. And it's free.
I believe Do Not Track Plus and Ghostery do about the same thing.
So not needed here, already have AdMuncher.
You're wrong. It does block access to tracking services, besides setting opt-out cookies. You can disable either of the protection.
It seems to have a better "whitelist" than Ghostery, I tried several websites without any broken links or other problems!
No. I check "Tell websites I do not want to be tracked" in options > Privacy. Use ABP (EasyList & EasyPrivacy). And Ghostery (3pes only). And CS Lite Mod with cookies denied globally.
I don't feel that DNT+ would be necessary for me.
Don't even know what it is.
Agree, neither do I
yes with firefox.
Yepper...I do! RR
Yes I use it!
Never heard of it
i currently use adblock on firefox
thats enough for me
I was about to make the same question but in reference to DNT+ and Ghostery.
They pretty much seem to do the same but according to DNT+ it actually allows interaction with social buttons:
From my experience Ghostery completely blocks this social buttons, which in some cases cripple the site.
it's built-in Firefox.
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