Articles in “privacy”

Do Not Track is for Email Too

The guiding principles behind Do Not Track aren’t just for web browsers and pages. Tracking happens in a variety of ways, including through email, so we’re putting Do Not Track … Read more

Rolling Out HTTPS Google search

Now in Aurora: Secure Google Searches are default. In Aurora when you search using the location bar, search box, or the right-click menu, your search will be sent to Google … Read more

Zeroing in on DNT:1

In DC, sixty representatives from diverse groups sat together for three days this week and continued the hard work of defining a Do Not Track standard we can all live … Read more

Why we won’t enable DNT by default

As Do Not Track picks up steam and standardization is well underway in the W3C, people have begun asking, “If Do Not Track is so good for the web, why don’t you turn it on by default?” Do Not Track is not Mozilla’s position on tracking, it’s the individual’s! For that reason we have no plans to turn on Do Not Track by default. Read more