Roadblock does not collect or store any personal information. When you install Roadblock, five content blocker extensions and one Safari web extension become available in Safari. All extensions use features and technologies in Safari that protect your privacy.
Roadblock's content blocker extensions: Ads, Trackers, Annoyances, Languages, and Custom does not request access to any website. The extensions do not have access to your browsing activities and cannot send any information about what was blocked back to the app.
When you use Roadblock's Safari web extension, the extension can access the current tab's URL and its webpage content. When you use the extension to block and hide content visually, the extension accesses the URL of the current tab and its webpage. When you use the extension to block, secure, or allow websites, the extension accesses the URL of the current tab. The Safari extension can also deal with ads that cannot be blocked without access to the webpage's content, so in limited cases the extension might request access to the content of specific websites. Enabling the using the Safari web extension is optional.