I am pleased to announce that we have a new author for EasyList, EasyPrivacy and EasyList Germany: Famlam. He has been a member of the EasyList forum for nearly a year and a half and is already a contributor to AdBlock for Chrome, one of several advert blocking add-ons for …read more
Although all third-party tracking is blocked outright by EasyPrivacy, the subscription's policy is slightly more lenient with first-party tracking, specifying that that items should be blocked only if they "collect a significant amount of personal data". As the wording is ambiguous, I have decided to convey my interpretation of the …read more
The basic principle of EasyList is that its "filters must remove adverts". However, several discussions, usually with website owners, have highlighted an obvious issue: "advert" has not been precisely defined. A topic was therefore opened in the new EasyList policy forum and culminated in the definition of an advert as …read more
- Some websites relating to advertisers and tracking companies (predominantly the former) do not function correctly when EasyList or EasyPrivacy are enabled respectively.
- Some cashback systems do not function correctly when EasyPrivacy is enabled.
- Cashback websites work by either setting a third party cookie or directing people …
DutchAdblockList, authored by Famlam, a contributor to Adblock for Chrome, has been a recognised subscription for a little over a year now. However, we have been impressed by the filter list, which caters for Dutch-language domains, and are therefore please to announce our affiliation with the subscription, which may be …read more
There has recently been considerable discussion among contributors to the EasyList project about the status of rules for adult domains in the subscription. EasyList policy has been that filters for such websites have been excluded from the subscription, with users referred to Fanboy's Adult / Dating List as a supplement to …read more
ChinaList is a familiar subscription to many Adblock Plus users, being one of the oldest filter lists for the extension and recommended for Chinese language domains. Although the subscription was previously independent, they recently decided to switch to being a supplement to EasyList, at which point we approached the authors …read more
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