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Mozilla Mutes Automatic Video Playback in Firefox

According to Mozilla, the upcoming version prevents audio or video from being played without the user's request. This means that you need to click on a "Play" button or something similar for the content to start. Otherwise it sits idle while you surf the Internet continuously. This results in pages that you are probably used to automatically playing, including video …

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Mozilla plans to update the UI and get better Gmail support for Thunderbird

Sipes said that the amount of updates the team has planned for the coming year is being made possible by Thunderbird's growing workforce, which currently includes eight people and six other employees. They focus on user interface slowdown and performance issues, improve notifications, support Gmail support, ensure that features are translated into Thunderbird, and make it easy for users to …

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Apple joins forces with Google, Microsoft and Mozilla to reject the 20-year-old web security protocol

Together with Google, Microsoft and Mozilla, Apple will discontinue the use of TLS 1.0 and 1.1 until the beginning of 2020. TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and serves to protect web traffic. ArsTechnica reported the agreement for the first time, while Apple's WebKit blog also described the change. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip In a post on the WebKit blog, …

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FCC resorts to the usual Malarkey defending himself against the Mozilla lawsuit – TechCrunch

Mozilla filed a lawsuit in August alleging that the FCC unlawfully lifted the net neutrality rules in 2015, including "fundamentally false [ing] how internet access works." The FCC has submitted its official answer. and as you might expect, it has doubled to these basic mischaracterizations. The Mozilla suit, which you can read here or embed in the lower part of …

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Mozilla disables data tracking in the Firefox browser "By default"

In a big allusion to privacy, new versions of Mozilla's Firefox web browser will by default prevent third-party vendors from tracking users' online behavior, Mozilla said Thursday. Although many popular web browsers like Google (goog) Chrome and Microsoft's (msft) Internet Explorer include options for limiting the amount of data that companies can collect. Users must manually activate these settings. Mozilla, …

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Mozilla launches a three-tier ad-based tracking attack

Mozilla said its popular Firefox browser will block ad-based tracking by default. To get there, the company plans to introduce new features over the next few months, including a new ad blocking component already available in Firefox Nightly. If this component works as expected, it will become mainstream with the introduction of Firefox 63. But that's only one-third of Mozilla's …

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Firefox gets new icons; Mozilla shows two competing designs

System 1 vs System 2. Fight! This would be the "Masterbrand Icon", which is used for the entire Firefox. This fox's head would be a pretty radical finish. From left to right this would be "Firefox", "Firefox Nightly" and "Firefox Developer Edition". Icons for Firefox Focus, Firefox Reality and Firefox Rocket. These are just icons for "New Apps and Services" …

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Inside Questions and Answers: Mozilla Executive says to demand better internet

The Manifesto Mitchell Baker wrote for the free software community Mozilla declared the Internet a global public resource and privacy a fundamental right that "should not be treated as optional." Twenty years later, as executive chairman and "Chief Lizard Wrangler" of the Mozilla Foundation, Baker says she is on a mission to reaffirm these principles and update her for a …

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