guess which all-powerful tech monopoly is breaking ublock origin (and umatrix, and likely many other similar add-ons, such as noscript) in their browser, which happens to be the most popular browser in the world?

who could have foreseen this? who would ever think that an advertising company's web browser would end up breaking compatibility with an ad blocker? frankly i'm shocked


@lynnesbian from their document, DeclarativeNetRequest section:
>and b) we can prevent or disable inefficient rules
while i like the idea (because injecting custom js to every page just doesn't feel right), that "we can disable" is... worrying.

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