Mozilla’s recent release of Firefox 65 offers new privacy features, providing users with controls for managing privacy settings, introducing "standard," "strict" and "custom" privacy settings, CNET reports. The settings are intended to manage how browsers manage user content, including tracker software and cookies. Selecting "standard" blocks tracking in private tabs, while "strict" will block tracking in all windows. The update also includes added support for Google’s WebP image format, Apple’s Handoff technology, and the new AV1 video compression technology.
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