re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? VIEW POST

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Running a JS whitelist in your browser is just web hygiene at this point. Clicking a link my wife sent me is not my automatic consent for you to run 3mb of arbitrary code on my machine. In no other context would this be considered sane.

So yeah, from now to forever JS needs to be blockable because consent matters.

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