While the privacy debates will continue, Firefox is taking the concerns of users into its own hands introducing the "Do Not Track" feature in their latest Android build of Firefox. Users will now be able to opt out of behavioral tracking when using Firefox as shown in the image above.
The latest Firefox beta is available now, and in addition to the do-not-track feature being added, Firefox also notes it has plenty of other performance enhancements, security updates, stability improvements and improves the overall user experience of Firefox on Android. Jump on past the break for the download link to the latest beta version available.
Source: Mozilla Blog
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