Quote from https://blog.adguard.com/en/adguard-news/adguard-filter-policy.htmlI still strongly recommended ghostery to privacy aware users, AdGuard has the wrong approach/concept - especially for social media!
Whilst Ghostery blocks all and you allow e.g. Facebook (or Disqus, Twitter, ...) on the few sites where you want to read e.g. a discussion AG allows all and you have to block it per site (user filter).
IMHO a pretty wrong way to operate (in matters of privacy).
Social media filter
What shall be blocked with this filter?
1. Filter shall block social media widgets (on third-party websites) such as: “Like” and “Share” buttons, recommendation widgets and more.
Limitations and Exceptions
If a rule is subject to the list of limitations described below, then it won’t be added to this filter.
1. Widgets that are a part of website’s functionality are not blocked. Such as “Comments”, “Embedded Post”, “Surveys” widgets or authorization via social networks.
2. Links to website’s communities in social networks are not blocked.
3. Rules that cause problems with functioning of websites will be removed.
4. Rules that are specific to the particular website will be added only if the website has sufficient traffic. Traffic is determined by open statistics (if it has such) or in other ways. Website’s traffic is considered sufficient when it has 30 thousands visitors a month.