[JAN 31, 2019]
Firefox 65 comes with a host of improvements focused on privacy and security, as well as usability.
The browser also puts into action the anti-tracking policy which was released earlier this week by Mozilla.
With the introduction of Firefox 65, Mozilla is aggressively promoting its stance on privacy protection. The opensource giant has now introduced an anti-tracking policy into its web browser. This offers great control over privacy measures for its users.
The anti-tracking policy released on Monday is focused on stopping intrusive tracking practices employed on many web applications. This includes cookie-based or URL-based cross-site tracking, and tracking via unintended identification techniques like browser fingerprinting and supercookies.