I want to block the location information completely.
https://www.google.com For Google com, you can stop the location information. That's why it doesn't show the user's
My location information is registered at the bottom of the Google search. So I suggest.
I hope Firefox can block all location information. I don't want my location to be searched.
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If you want to block location IP then you need to use a VPN or Proxy to complete remove your location IP. You Browser will always send your location information to the site - they need that to set the cookies correctly if your making online purchases. If your doing sensitive work using a VPN should be what you use or need to access company computer safely with remote connections.
I don't use proxies I don't want to use vpn. I'm suggesting a basic functional improvement.
Beyond Addons to block cookies you will have to find 3rd party software if they make such to do what your asking.
You don't understand my writing.
Google has different sites in different countries. And My country's site Google. It does not provide blocking. However, Global Google offers a blocker And also, Firefox is not completely blocking location information. It's not a cookie issue. I misunderstand that the part you are misunderstanding is a technical limitation. And I blocked the cookies.
And also, other software is similar. The user's location information is not being blocked well. This is also very closely related to advertising. Big data collection Google's. The policies of the world are changing.
Thank you for your answer
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What is not known here is those Search companies and software must comply with Country Rules and Regulations and Laws regardless of what you may think you can have or do when you use the internet. Like I said if you want to remain anonymous your choices are VPN that block your IP and uses varies IP on their side to hide your internet traffic. And anything you use through the VPN won't give away your real IP but this is something you the user must do homework on to find a VPN that does this. It's not up to firefox or chrome to circumvent Country Laws even if they want to do business in them regardless. Remember Firefox is open source Browser so they can only do so much as oppose to Chrome which parent company Google can do far more to support it.
I'm sorry. You don't understand what I' Please I have no intention of hiding my ip. What I'm explaining is the function of not exposing location information. It's a new feature. I think it's limited to the current functions. I think this misunderstanding is happening. Although you don't understand my opinion.
I made a suggestion to the developer.
Oh, and I fully understand your opinion. I know exactly what you're trying to say I understand. But unfortunately, it's not what I'm trying to say. Thank you for your time.