Mozilla Announces Anti-Tracking Features in Next Firefox Releases
The company will implement its new, three-part strategy to reduce third-party tracking over the next few months.
If you arenít using an ad blocker, you may have noticed that when you surf the web you see ads for products or services you had looked at online. Itís annoying at best, creepy even, but Mozilla, the creator of the Firefox browser, hopes to change that with three new initiatives to stop unwanted tracking. Firefox users will see the new features over the next few months.
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