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Do you have an example of a website where this is happening?
Is it as a mandatory GDPR options screen that you are seeing?
The Washington Post’s website does this.
Heart.org (American heart association) blasts a whole-screen pop-up ad.
As this is Firefox Focus, I cannot easily check it to verify. These are just two websites that I recall did it tonight.
These do not appear to be for GDPR-specific, as thy show up regardless of whether I’m VPNing in from an EU country, an African country, or North America.
The LA times covers the bottom third of the screen with an ad.
CBS and Reddit both render their sites unusable with Firefox Focus, as they require you to switch to their app or use Safari. Not an expert here, but my guess is that that’s js code running to prevent using Firefox Focus.
Is this better served by filing a feature request?