Who doesn’t know what LibreJS is, can read more here: https://www.gnu.org/software/librejs/manual/librejs.html
From what I can tell, this Firefox add-on (noscript) operates in a similar way and has 1.5 million users, so it’s a needed feature people are looking for. So why not have LibreJS by default on PureBrowser? Are there some severe downsides of it that we can not find work-arounds for?
Have you ever used LibreJS?
No, I have not. It’s what I got from my online researches. Why?
Although truly committed to privacy, I think it is important to keep it usable by average Joe. Advanced privacy enthusiast can then do some research and use extensions such as LibreJS or uMatrix. The gap is simply too high for the average user in my opnion
Hey @thib @blendergeek
thank you for your inputs, even if they’re sad ones but I can totally understand it.
Though for educational purposes, we could have it installed but not activated. A lot of people don’t know that such a thing even exists (me included, until recently). People will start questioning it, do research and stuff and if they’ll like the consequences, they’ll try it out. To me it can be any of them (NoScript, uMatrix or LibreJS) or maybe something else.