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Firefox Beta for Android Introduces “Do Not Track” Privacy Feature

Users of the beta Firefox Mobile for Android can feel much more secure after today with the introduction of a “Do Not Track” feature which gives them more control over the way their browsing behavior is tracked and used online.  By simply toggling the DNT to “Yes”, users are sending a ”DNT: 1″ signal to each website they visit – prompting that site to stop tracking them.  Not a bad feature, right?  Now, how about we ad support for Flash next?

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Via:  Mozilla Blog

  • Anonymous

     tinyurl.com/24n4nqb 

  • Anonymous

     I personally think that flash is a wonderful thing. I really do, but sometimes when reading blogs like this I like to NOT have flash running AT ALL on my Original Droid. I guess it is just personal preference. My question though is if this firefox build will even work on my phone…

  • Anonymous

     tinyurl.com/24n4nqb

  • Jake

     How about we add another “d” to the word “ad”?

  • http://profiles.google.com/bzchickin Aaron Verhoeven

     Why are you promoting ads? o,O Ohhh… Add…. right!

  • Anonymous

    tinyurl.com/2df4ccp 

  • Anonymous

     tinyurl.com/2df4ccp

  • Greg G

     I agree, worthless without flash

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Pronchick/679790407 Michael Pronchick

    Worthless without flash. They should have released it for ipad instead.

  • Anonymous

    You should use Firefox so you won’t make embarrassing typos like ‘we ad support for Flash’ in your blog posts.

  • http://twitter.com/mikeszekely Mike Szekely

    Flash or GTFO.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Forte/542650247 Michael Forte

    Why would anyone use this if it doesn’t support flash?

  • Anonymous

     pr0n!

    • tjhrulz

       i*hone style pr0n, flashless