Mozilla plans to push privacy in Firefox

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  1. RGiskardR

    RGiskardR Malware Tester Silver Member

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    In Changing Our Approach To Anti-Tracking, Mozilla revealed plans to improve the privacy protection of Firefox users and the performance of the browser through the improved implementation of content blocking in the web browser.

    Firefox will protect users by blocking tracking by default and improve performance at the same time according to Mozilla.

    We reviewed the new content blocking options that Mozilla tests in Firefox Nightly currently already in July. The new feature, called Content Blocking in Nightly, integrates Firefox's long standing feature Tracking Protection and other content blocking options, and makes these more accessible in the browser.

    Mozilla launched Tracking Protection in 2014 in Firefox Nightly but enabled it for Private Browsing only in Firefox 42. Two years later, Firefox users could enable Tracking Protection for regular browsing sessions as well.

    Full reading: https://www.ghacks.net/2018/08/31/mozilla-plans-to-push-privacy-in-firefox/
     
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