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  • Dissapointed, but I mean this is an Red Flag vor E.E.
    You literally opened an Issue for a software suggestion, when these should go under the Discussions section. Another software suggestion in Issues got closed as well, just like yours:
  • Help Get Picocrypt on Privacy Guides! | 2021-10-11
    The discussion is here:
  • PrivacyTools' repository has been archived and officially has become Privacy Guides
    Everyone is welcome at /r/privacyguides, and welcome to contribute in our discussions
  • Please improve the UX of
    We're open source, so feel free to make suggestions via our GitHub.
  • Sustainable brands directory(over 100+ brands) | 2021-10-07
  • PrivacyGuides claims to be more up to date than PrivacyTools...
  • Question about PrivacyGuides translations
    We're trying to set up a coordinated localisation effort with the help of LocalisationLab. We'd love for you to be a part of that!
  • why is network.cookie.cookieBehavior set to 5?
    See here for details.
  • new website
    Closest thing I found to a changelog is their Github commits changelog, but I agree there should be a changelog on the website itself. Maybe not list all little changes, because as /u/trai_dep stated the site changes too often, but like /u/SoSniffles said maybe list the major app changes, these do not change all the time.
  • How can we donate to PrivacyGuides?
    Open discussions and issues on GitHub are the best way to suggest changes, because they act as our priority to-do list. However, you can also make a post here, contact the mods of this sub via modmail, or contact us on Matrix.
  • r/PrivacyGuides & — What You Need To Know
    Probably not (immediately), we're still thinking about the best way to do that, but ideally it'd be a more automated system than all these manual inconsistent translations :)
    The source code for our new website is available at All updates from PrivacyTools have been merged into this new repository, and this is where all future work will take place.
    We also plan on creating criteria for every section, much like with the email currently. This will make sure our recommendations our consistent, and streamline the contributing process.
    Yes, the box is supposed to be a hamburger menu. I opened an issue about that to remind me to fix it later tonight


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