Google and Mozilla have released multiple versions of their web browsers over the past few days to roll back certain features and to fix high-severity vulnerabilities.
As CCPA goes into effect, Mozilla is making a change that will allow people to request the deletion of any telemetry data collected by Firefox.
In Firefox 70, Mozilla has added the ability to block trackers from Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, as well as other new privacy enhancements.
A new vulnerability in Firefox has been used in targeted attacks, one of which has delivered the Netwire OS X malware.
Mozilla is going to ban Firefox add-ons with obfuscated code in a major overhaul of its policy.