Re: So no AdBlock, NoScript, or RequestPolicy then
No Dan, your link just says they're changing how you build them, not dropping them:
We are implementing a new extension API,
Frankly, if your extension supplier isn't keeping up with current architecture, it's malware prone anyway.
What's that? Why yes, software developers who don't keep up with current architecture IS a pet peeve of mine. Primarily because as a desktop support tech I have to support a critical app in my environment that is created in-house by a bunch of twits who keep insisting that we keep users on old malware prone versions of Java for their IE-required web app. Granted, they have improved in the five years I've been here. Now they're only running one or two versions back whereas when I first started Java was well into the mid 1.6 range and they still insisted on having 1.5.16 installed. I mean, they were so far behind even Sun had removed the installer from their archive.