Built in "Decentraleyes" to protect against CDN

Hi, I really appreciate the shield in Brave, and it’s great that it have built in sth which imitate HTTPS Everywhere but could You consider adding something like Decentraleyes?

It’s great piece of software, for me it’s not a problem to download this but I believe many user never heard about that.

Here is overview of it:

"Protects you against tracking through “free”, centralized, content delivery.

It prevents a lot of requests from reaching networks like Google Hosted Libraries, and serves local files to keep sites from breaking."

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From Brave support:

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BRAVE TEAMScore hidden·8 months ago·Stickied comment

Thanks for reaching out.

While you’re more than welcome to use Decentraleyes in Brave, the majority of what the extension does is already taken care of by Brave.

We already gut any pings or requests to Google hosted servers (or any 3p servers), block site tracking and fingerprinting, automatically update sites to HTTPS whenever possible - and more!

Short answer: No, you don’t need this to use Brave and stay safe/private – Brave is built to be safe and private while mitigating site breakage out of the box.

I also use decentralyes and it still works on Brave

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