Today, Firefox announced a privacy-first browsing experience with default anti-tracking settings. The announcement expressed powerful resistance to large tech businesses such as Chrome and Facebook’s safety practices.

To deter their use, Mozilla accused them of hiding privacy settings. For offering an illusion of privacy, Firefox specifically called Chrome’s Incognito Mode.

Advanced Firefox Privacy announced that fresh Firefox consumers will receive the first version of Firefox’s privacy policy. It will usually be made accessible in the coming months to current customers.

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