We, Flattr AB, Sweden ("we"), have developed the browser extension Blockera ("Blockera") which can be downloaded via the Chrome webstore. Blockera is a free extension that allows you to – among other things – customize your web experience. You can block annoying ads, disable tracking, block domains known to spread malware and lots more. Blockera uses filters that you choose to block unwanted elements.
What does that mean?
Non-permitted use of Blockera
Please note that some website owners may not permit ad-blocking users to view their website. That must be respected, especially in the following cases:
You must not use Blockera on websites where you have agreed not to use it, i.e. by agreeing to the Terms of service on the respective website, not to use any ad blockers.
You are not permitted to use Blockera in connection with any tools to circumvent technological measures that effectively control access to websites.
What if Blockera does not work properly?
Blockera is provided "as is" and on an "as available" basis. Your use of Blockera is at your own risk. we make no warranty or condition that Blockera will meet your requirements or be uninterrupted, timely, secure or error-free:
We make no warranty or condition that all ads will be blocked; in particular Acceptable Ads will be shown in Blockera's default setting. You acknowledge and understand that the filters used may occasionally lead to blocked content. This is an unwanted side effect of some filters and cannot be completely avoided. Blockera itself has no functionality; it does not block anything until you "tell" it what to block by adding external filter lists. Filter lists are essentially an extensive set of rules that tell Blockera which elements of a website to block. we have no influence on those filter lists. In the case that you detect any defect or incorrect blocking, including the blocking of content, inform us as soon as possible.