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Firefox 91 pushes privacy with stronger new cookie-clearing option

CNET: ” With the release of Firefox 91 on Tuesday, Mozilla has introduced a bigger hammer for smashing the cookies that websites, advertisers and tracking companies can use to record your online behavior. The new feature, called enhanced cookie clearing, is designed to block tracking not just from a website, but also from third parties whose code appears on the site. The technology is designed to let you clear cookies for a particular website but also the more aggressive “supercookies” designed to evade lesser privacy protections. The feature is an option if you enable Firefox’s strict mode for cookie handling, which partitions website data into separate storage containers…”

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