Take back your web browser
StopTheMadness by Jeff Johnson is a web browser extension that stops web site annoyances and privacy violations.
Copy and paste blocked?
Contextual menu blocked?
URL tracking parameters?
"Get the app" popups?
Stop the madness!
Try this fun and surprising test page that demonstrates some "madness" on the web and why you need StopTheMadness.
Praise for StopTheMadness:
John Gruber of Daring Fireball: "This extension works great and fixes so many little things that annoy me about websites."
Charlie Sorrel of Cult of Mac: "The good news is that you can wrest control of your browser back from these malicious, control-freak sites."
Bryan Chaffin of the Mac Observer: "It re-enables all the normal Mac services in Safari, and you control which services you want on a site-by-site-basis if you wish."
Josh Centers of TidBITS: "it’s a small price to pay to restore your control."
Glenn Fleishman of Macworld: "StopTheMadness buys you a priceless amount of peace of mind. It’s an extension designed around your needs, not that of sites you visit."
Apple Mac App Store feature: "StopTheMadness can help. This Safari extension makes websites work the way they’re supposed to."
About the developer: Jeff Johnson, owner of Underpass App Company, had 15 minutes of fame for solving the Mac OCSP appocalypse. Before becoming an indie developer, Jeff was a longtime engineer at Rogue Amoeba Software and also worked on the open source RSS reader Vienna.