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Since Firefox version 53.0.0, yelp and other sites that load facebook content slow to a crawl

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I use noscript and allow everything from facebook.com and facebook.net. I've noticed that accessing yelp since version 53.0.0 creates some processor hog bottleneck which can take upwards of two minutes to clear, two minutes when all of firefox is inaccessible. This is particularly noticeable on pages for individual businesses on yelp, rather than expecting what I'm describing as happening when you land on the front page of yelp. To be sure, I've seen this behavior across several domains since version 53.0.0, but yelp stands out most. After forbidding both facebook.com and facebook.net in noscript, this behavior has gone away. To confirm my findings, I enabled the two domain again in noscript and the behavior reappeared.

I can live with two random domains being denied permissions by noscript, but facebook services being inaccessible is a less than ideal experience on the web as we know it. I'm looking to alert the developers about this in the hopes that a fix can soon be issued.

I use noscript and allow everything from facebook.com and facebook.net. I've noticed that accessing yelp since version 53.0.0 creates some processor hog bottleneck which can take upwards of two minutes to clear, two minutes when all of firefox is inaccessible. This is particularly noticeable on pages for individual businesses on yelp, rather than expecting what I'm describing as happening when you land on the front page of yelp. To be sure, I've seen this behavior across several domains since version 53.0.0, but yelp stands out most. After forbidding both facebook.com and facebook.net in noscript, this behavior has gone away. To confirm my findings, I enabled the two domain again in noscript and the behavior reappeared. I can live with two random domains being denied permissions by noscript, but facebook services being inaccessible is a less than ideal experience on the web as we know it. I'm looking to alert the developers about this in the hopes that a fix can soon be issued.

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