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updating from 71 onward, why does firefox take away my right to read what is in "updates?" ... then choose to accept or reject. At least google allows that privilege. There is toooo much secrecy in firefox that leads to our 'lack of trust in you."

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RE: your automatic updates...???

When updating from 71 onward, why does firefox take away my right to read exactly what is in "updates?" ...and then choose to accept or reject. At least google allows that privilege. There is toooo much secrecy in firefox that leads to our 'lack of trust in you."

RE: your automatic updates...??? When updating from 71 onward, why does firefox take away my right to read exactly what is in "updates?" ...and then choose to accept or reject. At least google allows that privilege. There is toooo much secrecy in firefox that leads to our 'lack of trust in you."

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release notes for firefox updates get published here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/releases/

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Why can't web users know the reason you took away our right to REFUSE UPDATES in windows 7 update 82 &83 ? I checked your suggested hidden comments, and nowhere did you answer my question. Please, let's be honest and refrain from deceptive answers..rjk

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Your answer was obtuse and not related to the question of denying the user rights to accept or deny updates to windows 7. The issue: when your updates change our settings and corrupt files, we have good reason to deny your "constant demand" to always change what already works well...and the bottom line: we users come to the conclusion that we do not need to trust your "over zealous" judgment of what is best for our desktop use...

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Your answer was obtuse and not related to the question of denying the user rights to accept or deny updates to windows 7. The issue: when your updates change our settings and corrupt files, we have good reason to deny your "constant demand" to always change what already works well...and the bottom line: we users come to the conclusion that we do not need to trust your "over zealous" judgment of what is best for our desktop use...