Firefox is tracking you without your consent, IT researcher finds

Browser Firefox was discovered sharing user data without their consent, though users can disable it by digging deep in the settings. — 123rf

Ask most Firefox fans what they like about the browser, and they'll probably mention that it's more privacy-friendly than Google Chrome.

But one IT security analyst has found out that the browser is, by default, sharing information about its 198 million users with its developers at Mozilla.

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