pretty sure I'm not going to dump Firefox for something Google controls, nor will I go to a browser that doesn't support the extensions I want
still pining for a browser that looks like a standard one, but has the functionality of uMatrix built in,
and oh... by "look[ing] like a standard [browser]", I mean "websites you connect to consider you to be a "Chrome" or a "Firefox"
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