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If someone who's not me visits a website of questionable legality, will the users privacy still be protected by Mozilla after a crash report has been sent to their server including said website address (and the users IP)?
Privacy protection question
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just never (NEVER) send crash reports. They will be useless anyway, because the crashes will usually be caused by the website. Not the browser.