Developer Jeff Johnson has released version 16.1 of his browser extension StopTheMadness, which helps you navigate web site practices that prevent copying of text and images, block the use of the control-click context menu, drag an image from a page, and more (see ”
data-lynx-uriattribute to hide one
https://l.facebook.com/l.phptracking URL. StopTheMadness is compatible with Safari, Firefox, Google Chrome, and Microsoft Edge browsers (Chrome, Edge, and Brave require “Developer mode” activation in the extension window). ($ 8.99 new from Mac App Store, free update, 704.3 KB, release notes, macOS 10.12+)
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