Firefox 42 is out, with many privacy and security improvements

Mozilla has released Firefox 42, and with it, a new feature that should increase user privacy online. It’s called Tracking Protection and it’s incorporated into the Private Browsing option.

“We first added Private Browsing to Firefox to give you control over your privacy locally by not saving your browser history and cookies when you close a private window. However, when you browse the Web, you can unknowingly share information about yourself with third parties that are separate from the site you’re actually visiting, even in Private Browsing mode on any browser,” Nick Nguyen, VP of Firefox Product, explained in a blog post

Read the source article at Help Net Security

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