65, the last update to Mozzilla’s browser, features easier controls for
users to control who is tracking them online. The new version of the
privacy conscious browser allows users to use the Content Blocking
service to remove trackers both in standard and private mode.
“In the future, this setting will also block third party tracking cookies.” said Nick Nguyen, vice president of product at Mozilla, who also stated that this is the current default “For anyone who wants to ‘set it and forget it’.”
Source: Daily Swig