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Does the Mozilla Corporation hold hard and/or digital copies of users bookmarks, toolbars, etc?

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Hi, When I bookmark a website page is this information being held by the Mozilla Corporation or only on my computer? Same goes for the various settings in Tools > Options > (tabs) (General, Tabs, Content, Application, Privacy, Security, Advanced)? I am using Firefox 3.6. Even if I have turned off alot of the keep history, passwords, etc, will, like with most businesses, the options I have previously selected, be held for 7 years, and who would it be accessible by? Thank you for your time.

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No. Mozilla does not have access to, nor store any of your bookmarks, passwords, etc. The only time we would is if you wanted to use Firefox Sync, in which case it is encrypted and can only be opened by you.

All information being kept by Firefox is only being stored on your computer, nowhere else.

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No. Mozilla does not have access to, nor store any of your bookmarks, passwords, etc. The only time we would is if you wanted to use Firefox Sync, in which case it is encrypted and can only be opened by you.

All information being kept by Firefox is only being stored on your computer, nowhere else.