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Why is “No scripts” not activated by default in Tor Browser?
I just noticed that the browser extension "No script" is not activated directly after you start the Tor Browser for the first time? This could be a high security risk because it can obviously expose the users IP address and the government can find the whistle blower.
tor asked Jul 21 at 16:10 by Black
Question body: Two declarative sentences (i.e., statements), one of which has a question mark gratuitously appended.
Question title: A grammatically sound question of the form “Why was software X designed/coded to do Y ?” We routinely close questions of this form as primarily opinion-based.
So I clicked on “close”. You can guess what happened:
STOP! Look and Listen.
This was an audit, designed to see if you were paying attention. You didn't pass. Your review was inappropriate. This was a high quality post and you should have considered leaving it as-is or even upvoting.
(By the way, the vote count on the question is currently +13 / −1.)
The upside is that the question did get a decent answer. But that doesn’t change the fact that it’s a bad question. Are we really expected to look at every thing in a review queue in the “real world” just to see whether a dozen members of the community liked it?
P.S. In spite of the fact that I’ve complained about this repeatedly,
the audit message still says “STOP! Look and Listen.”
even though there is no audio (nothing to listen to).
:-) :-( ?