Updated July 18, 2019
Mozilla Firefox has announced that it will not enable advanced monitoring
Default Security (ETP) when updating Facebook
Included, Firefox Monitor and programming.
Updated features show that Firefox now bans known third parties
a standard trustee that hinders thousands of businesses
Their trends continued, a blog post on June 4th shows
For new users installing and downloading Firefox for the first time,
The updated traffic protection is applied automatically
some basic browser parameters are not used and are unknown
Third-party tracking cookies based on the Disconnect list set by search engines on
Now users can also click Firefox to use these features
The list of items shows three columns in the top layer
Researchers are testing privacy by blocking content: click the button
Select a policy, select the “cookies” box, and you’re ready to go
Be sure to choose a third-party train.
In addition, Firefox restricts other hackers from accessing Facebook’s network of groups.
Mozilla has also announced a new product to help you manage your keywords and manage your email addresses.