There are many options in Firefox that need to be configured in order to limit tracking, I think. One should look into about:config.
I’ve found interesting string parameter in the config:
I don’t think you should trust some orange-business.com, doubting it’s up to any good. Why is this included by default. And this is not the entire list. Hovewer, this string can be erased - a well-deserved fate for this param!
There’s more as I’ve found out, .safebrowsing. need to be disabled for example in order to stop leaking info to goggles. Don’t know if that has changed in last year or so.
Has anyone had experience with uBlock Origin? While HTTPS-Everywhere comes from organization that may be trusted, (I hope so), uBlock Origin is of not so clear, mm origin.
However this may be a better choice than Adblockplus as users say. Eff won’t collect much, after all.
Thus, can a user utilize Privacy Badger instead? There’s a problem that Badger has his own list, but the best easylist(s) cannot be imported as they are in .txt format, and Badger accepts only json.
Try looking here and on github in general.