Tracking Protection Enabled by Default in Firefox 63

Tracking Protection Enabled by Default in Firefox 63

Mozilla announced this week that starting with the recently released Firefox 63, its Tracking Protection feature will be enabled by default for all users.

In a blog post, Mozilla said that in the future, Tracking Protection will have the ability to block not only JavaScript code, but also cookie files.

The feature, which was rebranded as Enhanced Tracking Protection or Content Blocking, works by blocking all “trackers,” as defined by the Disconnect.me blocklist.

In the new Firefox version, Mozilla also removed the “Never check for updates” option. Instead, users will only be able to choose between “Automatically install updates” and “Check for updates but let you choose to install them”.

Source: ZDNet

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