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Firefox now blocks tracking cookies by default

Firefox now blocks tracking cookies by default

Firefox has said it will now block thousands of web trackers by default, protecting users from many websites, analytics companies, and advertisers that want to follow their paths across the web. ’We need to establish a new standard that puts people’s privacy first’, wrote the Firefox management in a blog announcing the Enhanced Tracking Protection features.

Simone
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SûmFigöt
SûmFigöt 1 year

Brave has been doing that since its existence. And the Gab browser will be the best!

Julian
Julian 1 year

Brave and DuckDuckGo >>>

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

Too late. We don't care. Firefox is dead to us.

Doctor Spam
Doctor Spam 1 year

This doesn’t effect me. I do use Firefox, but just like any product I start using I go through all the settings to tune it to how I want it. This is good practice and I would encourage others to also do it. It can stop you from receiving endless emails from stuff you sign up to for whatever reason then lose interest in and forget the password for it. It also prevents undesirable default settings from sharing your information without your knowledge.

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