> Comment #48846
I think "Common Tracking Methods" should be at the top of the page before the add-on recommendations, atleast if the idea is to educate people about privacy. The browser-specific instructions should come next. Leave the add-on suggestions for last.
If you list add-ons right away a lot of people would be skeptic and distrust you innitially because it comes accross as if you're trying to push people to install add-ons, and we're all taught that we shouldn't install random software we see online. If you educate first and then give low-risk small steps they can take (browser-specific instructions), it gives a better impression and they might be more willing to try the add-ons.
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