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You're better off using a browser extension or other technique.

Facebook uses a lot of subdomains like static.ak.fbcdn.net and there's no way you can include them all in your list.

Good point. I'm pretty old school so the hosts file was my first line of defense. I didn't know about ghostery until this thread so that's installed now as well.


Just point your dns cache to an instance of tinydns that is configured to be authoritative for fb's domains.


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