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firefox/geolocation.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • Geolocation in Firefox
  • Location-Aware Browsing
  • Firefox can tell websites where you’re located so you can find info that’s more relevant and more useful. It’s about making the Web smarter &ndash; and is done in a way that totally respects your privacy. <a href="%(url)s" id="%(id)s" style="%(style)s">Give it a try!</a>
  • Frequently asked Questions
  • What is Location-Aware Browsing?
  • Websites that use location-aware browsing will ask where you are in order to bring you more relevant information, or to save you time while searching. Let’s say you’re looking for a pizza restaurant in your area. A website will be able to ask you to share your location so that simply searching for “pizza” will bring you the answers you need... no further information or extra typing required.
  • Or, if you’re mapping out directions to get somewhere, the website will know where you’re starting from so all you have to do is tell it where you want to go.
  • This service is totally optional &ndash; Firefox doesn’t share your location without your permission &ndash; and is done with the utmost respect for your privacy. And, like all elements of Firefox, it’s being created using open standards to ease adoption by Web developers.
  • How does it work?
  • When you visit a location-aware website, Firefox will ask you if you want to share your location.
  • If you consent, Firefox gathers information about nearby wireless access points and your computer’s IP address. Then Firefox sends this information to the default geolocation service provider, Google Location Services, to get an estimate of your location. That location estimate is then shared with the requesting website.
  • If you say that you do not consent, Firefox will not do anything.
  • How accurate are the locations?
  • Accuracy varies greatly from location to location. In some places, our service providers may be able to provide a location to within a few meters. However, in other areas it might be much more than that. All locations returned by our service providers are estimates only and we do not guarantee the accuracy of the locations provided. Please do not use this information for emergencies. Always use common sense.
  • What information is being sent, and to whom? How is my privacy protected?
  • Your privacy is extremely important to us, and Firefox never shares your location without your permission. When you visit a page that requests your information, you’ll be asked before any information is shared with the requesting website and our third-party service provider.
  • By default, Firefox uses Google Location Services to determine your location by sending:
  • your computer’s IP address,
  • information about the nearby wireless access points, and
  • a random client identifier, which is assigned by Google, that expires every 2 weeks.
  • For a complete description of information collected and used by Firefox, please see the <a href="%(url)s">Firefox Privacy Notice</a>.
  • Google Location Services then returns your estimated geolocation (e.g., latitude and longitude). For a complete description of information collected and used by Google, please see the <a href="%(url)s" class="%(class)s">Google Geolocation Privacy Policy</a>.
  • The information is exchanged over an encrypted connection to protect your privacy. Once Firefox has your location information, it passes it to the website that requested it. At no time is the name or location of the website you are visiting, or are any cookies, ever shared with Google Location Services.
  • Neither Mozilla or Google will ever use the information collected by Google Location Services to identify or spy on you.
  • For information about what the requesting website does with your location information, please refer to that website’s privacy policy.
  • For more information about your privacy, you should also read:
  • Mozilla Firefox Privacy Notice
  • Google privacy policy
  • Am I being tracked as I browse the web?
  • No. Firefox only requests a location when a website makes a request, and only shares your location when the user has approved the request. Firefox does not track or remember your location as you browse.
  • How do I undo a permission granted to a site?
  • If you've given Firefox permission to always give your location to a site and later change your mind, you can easily revoke that permission. Here's how:
  • Navigate to the site to which you’ve given permission
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Page Info</em>
  • Select the <em>Permissions</em> tab
  • Change the setting for <em>Share Location</em>
  • How do I clear the “random client identification number”?
  • Go to the <em>Tools</em> menu, then select <em>Clear Recent History</em>
  • Click the <em>Details</em> arrow
  • Ensure that <em>Cookies</em> is selected
  • Click on <em>Clear Now</em>
  • How do I turn off Location-Aware Browsing permanently?
  • Location-Aware Browsing is always opt-in in Firefox. No location information is ever sent without your permission. If you wish to disable the feature completely, please follow this set of steps:
  • In the URL bar, type <code>about:config</code>
  • Type <code>geo.enabled</code>
  • Double click on the <em>geo.enabled</em> preference
  • Location-Aware Browsing is now disabled
  • Where am I?
  • Oops! An error occurred while trying to determine your position.

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firefox/independent.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • See what’s new in Firefox

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firefox/tiles.lang

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  • A Brand New Tiles Experience
  • With Enhanced Tiles and Directory Tiles, Firefox provides users easy access to interesting, relevant content, whether it’s the sites they visit most or new sites for them to discover.
  • What are Tiles?
  • When you open a new tab in Firefox, you see several rectangles that link to different websites.
  • Some people call them squares, windows or bookmarks; we call them Tiles.
  • What are Enhanced Tiles?
  • Existing Firefox users will be offered a set of Enhanced Tiles based on their browsing history.
  • The Enhanced versions replace the default screenshot with a better image and are displayed only for sites that the user has visited.
  • The improved image is supplied by the site or partner and can include a logo plus a rollover image.
  • If you frequent Amazon.com, for example, you might see the Amazon logo or icon, instead of a screenshot.
  • What are Directory Tiles?
  • New Firefox users are initially given a set of Directory Tiles as suggestions for sites that may be of interest to them.
  • Instead of displaying a blank set of Tiles, Firefox shows content from Mozilla and some Mozilla partners.
  • All partner content is marked as “sponsored” and users have complete control to edit or remove any Tile.
  • Respects your privacy
  • As with all Mozilla products, Tiles provide users with extensive control over their personal data.
  • Data collection is limited to the aggregate number of impressions, clicks and Tile placement.
  • Nothing is ever personally identifiable. In other words, we don’t know who clicks on what.
  • We just know the total number of views and clicks an individual Tile receives. This helps us deliver the most interesting and relevant content.
  • You can deactivate click and impression tracking by clicking on the gear icon on the top right corner of the new tab page, and selecting Classic to show only unenhanced History Tiles or Blank mode.
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Are you tracking users now?
  • We only collect data from the New Tab page in aggregate form, meaning no data is personally identifiable.
  • What data is being collected?
  • Aggregate data from the New Tab page includes impressions, clicks and tile placement.
  • What data is collected when I opt out?
  • No data is collected when a user chooses to opt out of the enhanced Tiles experience.
  • Where can I learn more?
  • New Tab Experiments in Firefox Beta
  • A Call for Trust, Transparency and User Control in Advertising
  • Trust should be the currency
  • Tiles Preferences
  • Screenshot
  • For more help please see the <a href="%(url)s">Tiles Support Page</a>

Tip: if it is normal that a string is identical to the English one for your language, just add {ok} to your string and it will no longer be listed as "identical" Example:

;Plugins
Plugins {ok}