Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Minimalist, Jan 28, 2019.
It's about bloody time ...
Blows my mind they didn't take this stance the moment Chrome passed them.
Exactly, they basically haven't done anything in years. They should have developed a faster engine and more privacy focused browser way back.
Here some more info, but I do wonder what type of ads Mozilla will allow. I've noticed that Google still allows annoying animated ads, which makes them a joke. But cool to see that Mozilla is trying to tackle web-tracking:
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