Mozilla creates Firefox extension to prevent Facebook from tracking you


Facebook tracks its users online, far beyond the app and other services. Given the latest data privacy scandal involving Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica, Mozilla is letting internet users fight back. 

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A new browser extension called the “Facebook Container” lets Firefox users isolate their activity on Facebook to, making it more difficult to track users’ actions elsewhere on the web. The hope is that someone searching for and booking a trip wouldn’t then cause related ads to appear on your Facebook feed, for example, without having to go ahead and delete Facebook altogether.  Read more…

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