Posts Tagged ‘ Mozilla ’

DAA, Advertisers Poke Holes In ‘Cookie Clearinghouse’

Jun 24th, 2013 | By

In relation to the article: Disagreements continue between the advertising industry and privacy advocates as advertisers point to potential weaknesses in the “Cookie Clearinghouse” project that Mozilla, maker of the Firefox browser, and the Stanford Center for Internet and Society’s have unveiled. The Cookie Clearinghouse promises to create two lists of domains: one for

Mozilla and Stanford Pitch New Cookie Blocking Approach

Jun 20th, 2013 | By

Techno-privacy wonks are laying yet another rail for Do Not Track. Mozilla, maker of the Firefox browser, has paired with the Stanford Center for Internet and Society to create a Cookie Clearinghouse. The project, still in a nascent stage, essentially will be two lists of domains — one that users’ browsers will permit to set

Cookies, Mozilla etc.

Mar 28th, 2013 | By

The Online Publishers Association (OPA) is the latest ad group to dismiss worries about the “Corleone kiss of death” Mozilla has seemingly planted on the third party cookie. It said in a statement, “In spite of the doom-saying, Mozilla’s move to block third-party cookies in the newest version of Firefox does not spell disaster for

Firefox to Block Third-Party Cookies in Privacy Update

Feb 26th, 2013 | By

Mozilla’s Firefox browser will have a new cookie policy when its release 22 comes out later this year. The new patch, developed by privacy advocate Jonathan Mayer, will allow first-party cookies, but block third-party cookies. “The new cookie policy is intended to better conform to user privacy expectations and preferences,” Mayer said in an email