Mozilla has released Firefox Focus, an iOS app that lets you browse the Internet without having to worry who’s tracking your online activity. The app can be used independently, or can be integrated with the existing (installed) Firefox and Safari apps (more details about the usage can be found here). Firefox Focus blocks ad, analytics, and social trackers, as well as other content trackers (e.g. embedded videos, photo slideshows, and news article embeds that track … More
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Version 52 of the popular Firefox browser will no longer allow websites to access the Battery Status API and the information it can provide about the visitor’s device. As you may or may not know, the information this particular API provides when queried can be used, in conjunction with other techniques, to “fingerprint” Internet users (i.e. their browsers and devices), and to recreate deleted tracking cookies. “Users who try to re-visit a website with a … More
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