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Push Notifications

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  1. Matt N. 2 posts
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    Push notifications should probably be added to User-invoked content and link to https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/push-notifications-firefox#w_how-do-i-revoke-web-push-permissions which mentions the "Remove all sites" button.

    Push notifications should probably be added to User-invoked content and link to https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/push-notifications-firefox#w_how-do-i-revoke-web-push-permissions which mentions the "Remove all sites" button.
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  2. AliceWyman 4973 posts
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    I added a "Needs change" entry for this.

    More information, from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/firefox/ When you ask it to, Firefox also connects to Mozilla to provide you with features such as Sync, location services, crash reporting, and add-ons. Learn More. <snip> Push Notifications: Push Notifications allow sites to send notifications and updates to you if you opt-in. To receive notifications, Firefox sends information to Mozilla about what sites you have agreed to receive Push Notification from. We store this information in anonymized form, along with the number of notifications each site sends you. To help developers improve their use of Push Notifications, Mozilla may share aggregated information with certain developers including the number of visitors to their site that have subscribed or unsubscribed to their Push Notifications. You can manage Push Notifications in Firefox by following these instructions.

    Related discussion, about disabling Push completely: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/push-notifications-firefox/discuss/6358

    I added a "Needs change" entry for this. More information, from https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/firefox/ ''When you ask it to, Firefox also connects to Mozilla to provide you with features such as Sync, location services, crash reporting, and add-ons. Learn More.'' <snip> '''''Push Notifications''': Push Notifications allow sites to send notifications and updates to you if you opt-in. To receive notifications, Firefox sends information to Mozilla about what sites you have agreed to receive Push Notification from. We store this information in anonymized form, along with the number of notifications each site sends you. To help developers improve their use of Push Notifications, Mozilla may share aggregated information with certain developers including the number of visitors to their site that have subscribed or unsubscribed to their Push Notifications. You can manage Push Notifications in Firefox by following [https://support.mozilla.org/kb/push-notifications-firefox these instructions].'' Related discussion, about disabling Push completely: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/push-notifications-firefox/discuss/6358