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OK, so I am wondering if the Firefox add-on Collusion actually works!! I am also wondering if it is available for Seamonkey!! Article about it here: Google privacy policy: Mozilla ...
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    Have You Used The Firefox Add-on Collusion?


    OK, so I am wondering if the Firefox add-on Collusion actually works!! I am also wondering if it is available for Seamonkey!!
    Article about it here:
    Google privacy policy: Mozilla add-on Collusion reveals who is spying on internet users | Mail Online
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    No I'm not using it cuz.

    Not available for Firefox 2.7.2
    which is what https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...don/collusion/ Identifies my Iceape 2.7.2 at. So no. It is not available for Seamonkey yet and won't work yet if you install it in Seamonkey. Just be patient though.

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    It's pretty new so eventually you will see a fork or something that does the same thing in Seamonkey.

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    Thanks Roky!!
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    In the mean time you could try the Ghostery plug in which does work in Seamonkey and shows you which tracking scripts / cookies are being used on a page
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    I already use Ad-Block and Ghostery, Elija!! It is amazing how many webpages are loaded with malware.
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    Interesting...

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