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Am i comparing apples to oranges? A view of the same site – one in Safari and one in Firefox. Firefox settings on Strict and Safari is Content Blockers enabled. Arent these 2 setting suppose to do the same thing? If so, clearly Firefox does a better job. Is there a way to get the Firefox like performace (no ads) in Safari (w/o a third party blocker)?
Safari’s content blocking functionality provides an API for third-party apps to provide block lists. Safari provides various functionality for blocking cookies and preserving privacy, but does not perform ad blocking by itself.
Install one of a variety of apps providing content blocking functionality such as from the App Store and configure the Safari extension to block ads.
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