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So for the past few years I've been running Firefox with uBlock Origin to block ads and disable Javascript by default, Decentraleyes and Forget Me Not as my main privacy tools in conjunction with first party isolation which sandboxes third-party cookies per domain, cookie whitelister. But I often hit trouble with having to enable cookies and it makes me wonder if I'm really gaining much by not having them always accepted by auto deleted. Or whether I should keep cookies enabled always

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@jookia thought u were up eating cookies and im like.... cute...

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@jookia in firefox is there a way to disable JavaScript, yet, have exceptions? Unfortunately, there are lots of websites that rely on Javad to work, but I hate JavaScript bso any tips? I know about the “enable Java“ in about config

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@weirdwriter I use uBlock Origin for this, but there's also NoScript- however these may be inaccessible.

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