@lucy how did you check? I did this but I didn't find them
@lucy If you don't explain what that UI means I can't understand what's the issue. If you are sure please just tell me the line on the source of the page in which Google Analytics are used
Dude, I know these tools, I'm not familiar with uMatrix UI and I think you would agree with me that is terrible.
Are you sure you understand how these tools work? If yes just tell me why they say Google Analytics is used but I can't find anything in the source of the page. Do you have an explanation?
@lucy I'm not familiar with it, I checked the source of the page line by line and I didn't find anything. Maybe you are just misinterpreting that tool...
@lucy hey dude calm down. "execute a script from that domain": are you sure? If you have Do Not Track enabled anything from Google Analytics should be executed
@lucy this is what the script by Mozilla is supposed to do, so your point is that Mozilla is fooling its users?
@lucy OMG you really don't understand? If you have Do Not Track enabled no data are sent to Google Analytics
Hypocrisy? Everything is how it was supposed to be, Mozilla supports Do Not Track standard. If this is not enough for you OK, but you can't accuse them of hypocrisy if you don't understand their statements and policies
You have simply used an add-on that mentions Google Analytics and now you are insisting on your starting point not wanting to admit that you were wrong
Which is to use GA to track most visitors and not use it only for those who happen to support a horrible and deprecated (non-)standard (https://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-mayer-do-not-track-00).
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