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    Default Firefox to Start Blocking Third-Party Tracking Cookies by Default

    Firefox to Start Blocking Third-Party Tracking Cookies by Default


    During the first week of April Mozilla will introduce a patch into the dev release of Firefox 22 that will block third-party cookies by default. The move is meant to help better protect users privacy from advertising networks who add cookies to browsers and track browsing habits across the web.
    If the idea of third-party cookies tracking you across the web bothers you, then you can easily disable them manually in Firefox by going to Options, selecting the Privacy Section, and de-select the option to Accept third-party cookies.

    Once that is done click OK and close the Options Window.
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