As part of its war on web tracking, the Mozilla Foundation adds New tool Total cookie protection is called Total Cookie Protection Firefox, Which aims to prevent cookies from keeping tabs on you across multiple sites.
Total Cookie Protection works primarily by keeping cookies isolated between every website you visit, or, in Mozilla’s words: by creating a separate cookie jar for each website.
Mozilla said: When this feature is combined with the superior cookie protection feature released last month, Firefox is more equipped than ever to provide users with a very strong and comprehensive protection against cookie tracking.
The new feature is available in strict mode for enhanced tracking protection in both desktop and Android versions.
Cookies are text files containing small pieces of data that can be used to identify your computer.
Although they are designed to improve your web browsing experience, they can also be used to monitor your online activity without your consent.
Google is also working on a plan to kill third-party cookie tracking via the Chrome browser as part of the Privacy Sandbox project, an initiative that seeks to allow personalized ads while limiting individual identification data.
In addition to full cookie protection, Mozilla also adds multiple picture-in-picture support in version 86 of Firefox, which is available across Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems.
You can now watch several videos simultaneously, with the launch of the multiplayer show timed to coincide with the NCAA March Madness Basketball Championship. NCAA next month.
The new updates are an introduction to what we expect will be a major redesign across the Proton interface expected later this year.
Proton was introduced in January, and includes a redesign of Mozilla’s title bar, toolbar, and tabs bar, with the introduction of tools to make it easier than ever to customize the appearance of the new tab page.