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#2 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Privacy Features & Privacy Concerns » Don't Allow Extensions - Trust Will Be Compromised » 2014-01-08 09:45:17

Well but isn't no extensions only an option if the useful pro-privacy, pro-security function of extensions as Requestpolicy or NoScript is provided?
After all, I use a browser to access the internet, and many things are only accessible if I allow SOME scripts, cross-domain-requests etc.
Indeed, not using the computer will protect your privacy, but I don't want to commit the perfect crime, I just want to be in control of what information about myself I make public.

#5 Re: Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » Block Javascript please! » 2014-01-08 09:33:36

Of course Epic needs something like NoScript AND Requestpolicy (

Do you really think that a browser for everyday use can do without any JS?
Even worse that switching off JS is forcing users to allow all JS on a page.

#6 Epic Privacy Browser - Other Feature Requests & Ideas » Home Page shortcut » 2014-01-08 09:26:54

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Dear Epic developers,

a typical behaviour for an OS X browser is to go to the set home page by Cmd+Shift+H.

Please let me use this combination instead of using my mouse to click the home button every time.

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