Nominations for the September Image of the Month (IotM) are now open through September 30. Time to start making your nominations for the month!
Ublock origin is my preferred blocker but not available for safari I believe.
I've managed to find ways around company IT policy for a couple of decades and largely run any damn software I saw fit, on the qt of course. Our current network manager has locked everything down now on security grounds and I can't find any work arounds to it. Irritating for me but fair play to him, he's good at his job. Protects the company but hasn't forgotten about employees quality of life at work regarding ads. I'd rather be limited by someone who knows their stuff than a pointy haired boss.I'm stuck with Edge at work and the powers that be have blocked all add-ons, doh.
Firefox...check.Here’s an article from the Wirecutter, the NY Times consumer website. They don’t recommend anything for Safari, if that’s what you use. However there are a lot of options for Firefox, a privacy oriented browser.
These free, easy-to-install browser extensions are simple add-ons that can help block ads, reduce tracking, and improve your privacy online.www.nytimes.com