Mozilla Firefox Slated To Block All Trackers: Crowd Goes Wild

Lawrence Abrams, writing at Bleeping Computer, reports on new privacy decisions at Mozilla Foundation targeting the privacy of the organization’s Firefox browser: of which, is apparently slated to block all tracking bits…
I’ll beleive it when I see it.

“According to Mozilla’s announcement, enabling the Slow-Loading Trackers blocker will improve page performance while browsing the web as tracking scripts that take longer than 5 seconds will be blocked. If you wish to block cross-site tracking cookies, you would also want to make sure that the Third-Party Cookies and All Detected Trackers settings are enabled as well.” – via Lawrence Abrams, writing at Bleeping Computer

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