Hi all,

Blame me as I had done the RFP for the package but then I was
influenced by statements of FSF,  HTTPS Everywhere and I think even
the Guardian Project which had endorsed the add-on. When such big
hitters of FOSS and free software values endorse something, we are
bound to think it's alright. At least that is what my memory
tells/shares with me. Even on mozilla addons page it used be one of
the top ones in privacy category/section for privacy utilities.

Anyways, found this (thankfully in English this time)

https://gist.github.com/Rob--W/bda5f28a0ac3b877780c6665bbed2e1b

While I'm not a programmer and hence don't understand the
implications, I do understand the right thing is to purge the add-on
and I have done that for the moment.

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