Firefox now blocks tracking cookies by default as you browse the web

Extra protection, now enabled by default.

What you need to know

  • Firefox’s “Enhanced Tracking Protection” will now be turned on by default.
  • First launched late in 2018, the feature automatically blocks third-party tracking cookies as you browse the web.
  • Enhanced Tracking Protection will be on by default for new users, and existing users will see it gradually switched on “in the coming months.”

Mozilla’s Firefox browser is stepping things up in its efforts to combat tracking cookies across the web.

Via:: Windows Central

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