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Firefox’s Total Cookie Protection aims to stop tracking between multiple sites – Engadget

Mozilla is adding a ‘total cookie protection’ feature to Firefox aimed at stopping tracking across multiple websites as part of its latest browser release.



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As part of its war on web tracking, Mozilla is adding a new tool to Firefox aimed at stopping cookies from keeping tabs on you across multiple sites. The “Total Cookie Protection” feature is included in the web browser’s latest release alongside multiple picture-in-picture views (more on that below) and essentially works by keeping cookies isolated between each site you visit. Or, in Mozilla’s words: “By creating a separate cookie jar for every website.”
Cookies, for the uninitiated, are text files…

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