GDPR consent messages and cookies appear on many websites on the Internet. Some sites even check a user's location to determine if they should show consent prompts, while others display them to anyone who enters the site.
It may have started with good intentions but it has turned the Internet into a great platform of consent, as users are bombarded with these guidelines too often.
The add-on for Firefox and Chromium-based browsers Never-Consent is designed to provide an automated solution to every browser user. He will refuse his consent GDPR on any site, provided the site uses a supported platform.
The latest version
supports several dozen consent platforms, such as the Cookie Law Info, CookieConsent, Quantcast, OneTrust, ConsentManager and Didomi plugins.
All you need to do is install the extension in a supported browser, e.g. Firefox, Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge (based on Chromium). The extension works automatically in the background and will reject any GDPR consent prompt as soon as it recognizes it. It is open source, and you can see the source code in GitHub.
Additional platforms for the appearance of the GDPR already exist in the todo list of the project with customized GDPR proposals that do not use any of the widely used platforms.
The extension has no settings and works immediately after installation.