Hi.. I want to know when the firefox speaks of "protecting our privacy," this is based on what? So, even if I do not install any add-on , I'm free ateques of ads ? What is the limit of this privacy that Mozilla holds dear?
I'm using Firefox. What is my advantage with this? I was using another browser, what risks don't exist in Firefox ?
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firefox doesn't block ads or trackers embedded on websites by default - please take a look at the various available addons in case you want to change that: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/extensions/privacy-security/
So, the other browsers are the same Fireox. They have the same solution, same add-ons... Why Firefox prioritizes something else also have? Tks
Hi EFCG, If you are looking for updates on Mozilla's privacy you can read more about it and keep up to date on these also in the privacy blog