Save the file somewhere that won’t be in your way, like ~/Documents/Safari.css
2) Now you have to tell Safari to use it.
Go to Safari » Preferences » Advanced
and click on “Style Sheet” and then select “Other…” as shown here:
3) Select the file that you created from wherever you saved it, i.e. ~/Documents/Safari.css
4) BOOM, done
Now you won’t see the Missing-E fear-mongering warning anymore.
If only this would work on iPhone & iPad - oh that’s right - you can’t add the Missing e extension to either. SO EXPLAIN TO ME HOW I KEEP GETTING THE POP UP IF YOU’RE NOT BREACHING PRIVACY RULES TUMBLR!
Just to make sure, you know this isn’t directly related to SOPA (as you’ve tagged it), right? The charges include racketeering and conspiring to commit money laundering, in addition to copyright infringement. Engadget updated on these points, too.
I know that. And you know that. But it appears that Anonymous doesn’t care.
The war on piracy in the United States has ramped up, with hacker group Anonymous claiming responsibility for an attack that crippled the FBI and US Department of Justice websites and targeted film and music companies. - Sydney Morning Herald
“Details are still somewhat light at the moment, but reports are now coming out that the popular Megaupload file-sharing site has been shut down by Federal prosecutors in the US, and that the site’s founders and other individuals have been charged with violating piracy laws.”—EndGadget