thanx but I'd already opted out of just about everything (including G-Mail) & all other mindless "social" gossip media sites & applications after one serious run-in with an absolute nutter way back in 2002.
There are several other Universal Opt-Out apps included in the link nuke provided to us.. ..if you're serious about shucking off the ADVERTISING Tracking Cookies download & install them.
The downside is that many websites refuse to open pages for you unless you drop your drawers for them. HOWEVER... you can still SELECTIVELY allow these pages the UP-SIDE is that YOU FINALLY Have A CHOICE In the Matter
Loc: Petaluma, CA
Well, I think I misunderstood the Dashboard, it says 120 blocked since June 2014. I only just installed it today, BUT, look what popped up at the top when I came back to reply… Like I said, I only just installed it. I'll try to figure it out later.
Edit: I gave them my Yahoo email to block, because I get about 100 spams a day. Wanted to test the waters first…
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