User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_14_5) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/75.0.3770.51 Safari/537.36
Steps to reproduce:
Go to this page in latest FF private window: http://matenadasdi.com/static/player-iframe-test.html to see an IBM Video Streaming player embed url in an iframe.
After the latest content-blocking release ibm.com and every subproduct of IBM are blocked by default in private windows. It's important to point out that ibm.com is a marketing page with some tracking so that can be true, but IBMs whole portfolio is segmented across the *.ibm.com domain and for example
video.ibm.com/embed/* video streaming player embeds are clearly not tracking sites but it gets blocked out in private windows causing customers a real problem on their sites.
video.ibm.com product is just like Youtube embeds and it's working right now as you can see on the example site.
This problem causes hundreds of thousands of broadcasters and their users an unexpected behaviour since they are using the product on a daily basis, they are paying for it and it's clearly not a tracking site.
I think there are multiple solutions, please fix it somehow:
- content-blocking shouldn't apply for subdomains for example
- ibm.com or subdomains of ibm.com should be removed from the tracking site list since it's killing all IBM products for customers.
- for a start, video.ibm.com could be whitelisted and other IBM products could be added one-by-one in the future
- content-blocking shouldn't be implemented based on a static list, the browser could detect suspicious activity and disable frame based on the detection.