Firefox introduces private browsing on steroids

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We’ve just posted the following news: Firefox introduces private browsing on steroids[newsimage]http://static.myce.com//images_posts/2015/08/tp-pbm-start-page-small-FINAL-95x75.jpg[/newsimage]

A developer edition of Mozilla’s Firefox introduces a revamped private browsing feature. The new feature should make sure websites can’t gather data on the users of the browser.

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#2

Interesting I’ve stuck with Mozilla because it works for me I’ve done some research on Chrome and the privacy issues are many even thought it appears the browser has privacy settings lol.


#3

Interesting. It sounds like Mozilla is implementing something similar to Privacy Badger, which gives users control over which tracking sites are blocked and which aren’t. Thumbs up for Mozilla!

Now, if only they would remove useless features which rely on proprietary code, like Firefox Pocket. I have nothing against the idea of pocket, except that pocket is based on a non-free addon. If it were re-written with free code, I’d be more than happy to play with it.