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Mozilla wants you to beta test this Firefox privacy enhancement

20
Aug
2015
Mozilla wants you to beta test this Firefox privacy enhancement

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Mozilla announced last Friday that it’s released new privacy enhancements in its popular Firefox browser for pre-beta testing.

The “experimental” features – enabled by default in the Firefox developer edition – include Tracking Protection to actively block website elements that could be used to track users, as well as automatic enforcement of new add-on standards.

As announced on the Mozilla blog, the Firefox team said it wants to offer users more control of their privacy, including when opening a Private Browsing window.

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