Fuzzify.me – A browser extension that cleans out a Facebook user's ad preferences and provides a stream of ads that user receives.
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Fuzzify.me

A browser extension that helps you understand how advertisers target you on Facebook. With one click, the tool automatically runs a housecleaning, denying advertisers access to all the categories Facebook is constantly generating about you. In the Ads Stream you can keep track of what categories have been cleared out and what targeted ads you're seeing over time.

Built for both Firefox & Chrome.

Install for Firefox

Install for Chrome

Installation Firefox

  1. Clone this github repository or download it as a zip file and unzip: https://github.com/d4t4x/facebook-cleaner
  2. Go to about:debugging#addons (type in address bar) and click "Load Temporary Add-On". Then you'll want to pick the manifest.json file in the build folder inside the project folder.
  3. If you have an ad blocker, you'll need to disable it while you browse Facebook.
  4. Click the purple icon in the toolbar and you'll see the full visual timeline of all the ads & cleaning history. It will take a few Facebook sessions to collect enough data, so at first this will appear empty.

Installation Chrome

  1. Clone this github repository or download it as a zip file and unzip: https://github.com/d4t4x/facebook-cleaner
  2. Go to chrome://extensions/ (type in address bar) and click "Load Unpacked". Then you'll want to pick the "build" folder inside the project folder.
  3. If you have an ad blocker, you'll need to disable it while you browse Facebook.
  4. Click the purple icon in the toolbar and you'll see the full visual timeline of all the ads & cleaning history. It will take a few Facebook sessions to collect enough data, so at first this will appear empty.

FAQ

Available in English and Português.

Privacy Policy

Available in English and Português.

Run locally and pack extension

  • npm install
  • to make a build (folder) from src npm run build
  • to make a build and watch for changes npm run buildw
  • to make a build and minify etc (see webpack.config.js) npm run buildprod
    • use this to reproduce the code submitted to Chrome Web Store and Firefox Add-ons
    • for both Chrome and Firefox the content of the build folder is compressed and submitted to the developer platform