Posts Tagged “Firefox”

Location-aware Browsing Steps Out of the Shadows: Why Firefox Wants to Track You!

Posted on October 12th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

It seems you cannot switch on an app or open a web page without being asked: –          Can [we] track your current location:  Allow / Don’t  Allow This flood first began with a trickle, manifesting itself in changes to search engine behavior, particularly Google, who started asking small business owners to create Google Place listings…

Firefox 14 Beta promises to jack up web browser security

Posted on June 26th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

With recent news that Linkedin suffered a security breach that compromised over 6 million passwords, the new robust version of Firefox browser 14 Beta is a welcome development. Often the browser of choice for web developers and designers around the world, Firefox has a great reputation for locking down security for web-hungry users who consume…

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