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Aral Balkan Jun 4
Mozilla has just announced some very advanced tracker protection in Firefox. Sorry, I mean Apple did for Safari, Mozilla get billions from Google, the world’s #1 surveillance capitalist.
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Ehsan Akhgari Jun 4
Replying to @aral
With respect, we have been working on improving our privacy protections this year, as our public roadmap shows: No need to assume malice. :)
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Fabrice Desré Jun 4
Replying to @ehsanakhgari @aral
I know you are not malicious but ask your leadership if you could enable tracking protection by default if there was no remaining technical issue or if Moz's hands are tied here by something else.
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Ehsan Akhgari Jun 4
Replying to @fabricedesre @aral
Already did! Without going into the specifics of what option we are going to go forward with (since it's still being worked on by us including yours truly) I'll just say that if you are extrapolating based on the past, you're hopefully up for a happy surprise.
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Gærvern
Maybe Mozilla could launch watertight privacy with user-payments. I think the time is right!
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