Brussels / 30 & 31 January 2016

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Privacy and Tracking protection in Firefox


Surveillance is a growing concern in Europe, and Mozilla believes that privacy and security should be treated as fundamental and not optional in the browsing experience. That's why Firefox has introduced new features for tracking protection and private browsing. Do not track is not only a way to navigate the web, it might also become part of a new privacy law in the EU. We will discuss how this has been implemented in the newest version of Firefox, next steps, and why it's important to have transparency and control in our online experiences.

Surveillance is a growing concern in Europe, and Mozilla believes that privacy and security should be treated as fundamental and not optional in the browsing experience. That's why Firefox has introduced new features for tracking protection and private browsing. Do not track is not only a way to navigate the web, it might also become part of a new privacy law in the EU. We will discuss how this has been implemented in the newest version of Firefox, next steps, and why it's important to have transparency and control in our online experiences.

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Photo of Fran├žois Marier Fran├žois Marier
Raegan MacDonald

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