Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Firefox 5 Brings ‘Do Not Track’ to Android Browsing

Mozilla has just updated the Firefox web browser across all platforms, bringing Firefox 5 to Mac, Windows, Linux, and Android. The update brings Do Not Track support to the mobile version, making it the first browser to support the feature across multiple platforms. Do Not Track allows users to decide when and how websites can track their browsing behavior.
The update comes as part of Mozilla’s new rapid-release development cycle, which aims to have a new version of Firefox ready for release every three months. It doesn’t look quite live yet in the Android Market, but should be coming online shortly. You can read more about the enhancements and changes in Firefox 5 at the source link below.

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