On 18.10.2018 16:29, Reco wrote:
> If only Debian project did something about Firefox privacy settings.
> Let's face it - Mozilla are hypocrites. They loudly 'care about users'
> privacy', but then force their 'opt-out telemetry' on you.
> Debian's Firefox build disables some of the offending settings by
> default, but not all of them.
> At least at Google they are honest enough to say - 'we will spy on you
> and we do not give a f*** about your option'.
Perhaps Waterfox find the way into re repo.
Waterfox differs from Firefox in a number of ways by:
Disabling Encrypted Media Extensions (EME)
Disabling Web Runtime
Removing Adobe DRM
Removing data collection
Removing startup profiling
Allowing running of all 64-bit NPAPI plugins
Allowing running of unsigned extensions
Removing of Sponsored Tiles on New Tab Page
Addition of locale selector in about:preferences > General
Defaulting to Bing as the search engine instead of Ecosia, Google or