A few alterations are made to EasyList as it is included in Privacy Browser to remove false positives caused by the partial implementation of the Adblock syntax. Both of these entries seem overly broad anyway.
||ntent.com^$third-party is removed because it causes false positives with websites hosted by Google Sites that make requests to
googleusercontent.com. Other implementations of the Adblock syntax consider
googleusercontent.com to not match
ntent.com because each segment of the subdomain must completely match. Privacy Browser considers it a match if any part of the third-party URL contains
||get.com^$third-party is removed because it causes false positives on
engadget.com, which makes requests to
s.blogsmithmedia.com/www.engadget.com. Other implementation of the Adblock syntax do not block this because they only check against the domain name, while Privacy Browser considers it a match if any part of the the third-party URL contains