Mozilla releases Firefox 5 for Android, featuring do-not-track
0. phoneArena 23 Jun 2011, 18:56 posted on
Mozilla has released the newest version of their mobile web browser for Android, which now features the do-not-track option, allowing you to stop Big Brother from reading over your shoulder...
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1. doubleD (Posts: 78; Member since: 13 Dec 2010)
If websites don't have to comply, as the article states, then what's the point? What does the feature do?
3. Ryuuie (unregistered)
The point is that most sites will comply and even if they don't just use adblock to block ads that will leave tracking cookies or just clear your cookies more often.
2. addy (unregistered)
I downloaded it, open it up on my favorite sites and then find out, that it does not support flash on my phone, a htc desire. What is it with all these browsers that cannot play flash content or do it badly. How comes the stock browser on my phone can do it. it may not be as fancy as firefox, but it just works. Also, like i really expect sites to comply with me asking them not to track me. Most of us would not know about opting out anyway.
4. Psychic (unregistered)
When is iOS gonna get inprivate browsing/do not track browsing.
I just wanna know so I know when to look for an Apple lawsuit claiming that they were the first to use it.
5. PhoneLuver (Posts: 463; Member since: 05 Jul 2010)
Mozilla 5 uses up ALL my system resources! They really need to start working on the amount of memory their browser uses.
6. jay (unregistered)
please please please please please get flash support. When you do then you shall be installed on my awesome G2x!