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Why does the "Mozilla stands up for online privacy." notice keep appearing, even after one has signed up?

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Recently it seems that every time I start the Mozilla Firefox browser the sign up screen for "Mozilla stands up for online privacy" appears. I've already signed up for the information. So why does this screen keeps appearing on my FireFox home page - that is the plain every day standard Mozilla Firefox Start Page.

On this computer, Firefox has been set to regularly clear recent history, clear the trash, clear recently used windows/sites, and to clear the trash - all automatically when I close the web browser software.

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If you mean the about:home display, it's an info ad. It will change now and then.

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That is a promotion - will be gone when it runs its course. Usually within a week or two. Mozilla has no way to not send that promo to users who have already signed up; "tracking" of users who have already signed up would violate the very "online privacy" premise that promo is all about.