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uBlock Origin is a general-purpose blocker. You can use it to block elements like the banner you have mentioned above. Some default filter lists include those banners as "annoyance" and block them as well. You can give it a try.


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Izzy is completely right, uBlock Origin is the way to go, especially with a well tailored set of rules In the past I used Ghostery which was specifically for getting an understanding of the backends used. However I now understand it is discouraged because of it's own built in tracking. There is also an interesting "If you can't fight them, drown them&...


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Have you ever used uBlock Origin and its (unfortunately no longer developed) companion uMatrix? I cannot imagine browsing without them. Depending how strict you set them, they can block everything until you decide, per website or globally, to set it free. e.g. no Javascript, etc. uBlock Origin can also "suppress" those "consent banners". ...


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Most modern browsers today have developer tools build into them. Usually available by pressing F12. The Network pane in those tools should provide you the list you need. Unless I'm missing the point completely.


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That browser extension doesn't work for me. I just run the following JS code in console. (function() { var currentScroll = window.scrollY; var runOnScroll = function(evt) { console.log(window.scrollY, currentScroll); currentScroll = (currentScroll + window.scrollY) / 2; window.scrollTo(window.scrollX, currentScroll); }; const ...


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