In a partnership with Deutsche Telekom, Mozilla said it plans to release new privacy and security features for its Firefox operating system, ComputerWeekly reports. The focus of its Future of Mobile Privacy project is emerging markets. Mozilla has found the most prevalent concerns include lost/stolen mobile devices and the privacy of sharing personal information among friends and family. Mozilla Global Privacy and Public Policy Leader Alex Fowler said Mozilla will “be calling on the privacy and security community to start dreaming up what they think are exciting features and services, and we want to prototype and make those part of future releases as well.”
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