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  • Mozilla Firefox offers a Do Not Track feature that lets you express a preference not to be tracked by websites.
  • Do Not Track FAQ
  • Your Status:
  • Do Not Track is ON
  • Do Not Track is OFF
  • Mozilla is a global, nonprofit organization dedicated to making the Web better. We emphasize principle over profit, and believe that the Web is a shared public resource to be cared for, not a commodity to be sold. We answer to no one but you and believe it is crucial to put you in control of your online experience. We are aiming to give you better insight and control into the ways your personal information is collected, used, stored and shared online.
  • Mozilla Firefox offers a Do Not Track feature that lets you express a preference not to be tracked by websites. When the feature is enabled, Firefox will tell advertising networks and other websites and applications that you want to opt-out of tracking for purposes like behavioral advertising.
  • Frequently Asked <span>Questions</span>
  • What is Do Not Track?
  • Do Not Track is a step toward putting you in control of the way your information is collected and used online. Do Not Track is a feature in Firefox that allows you to let a website know you would like to opt-out of third-party tracking for purposes including behavioral advertising. It does this by transmitting a Do Not Track HTTP header every time your data is requested from the Web.
  • Is Do Not Track available on Firefox for Android?
  • Yes. Firefox for Android is the first mobile Web browser to offer the Do Not Track privacy feature, and behaves the same way it does on the desktop. To turn Do Not Track on in Firefox for Android, simply swipe left and tap on Browser Tools. From the Preferences pane, tap on the box next to &quot;Tell sites not to track me&quot; to turn this option on or off.
  • Does Do Not Track block ads?
  • No, you will still see ads with Do Not Track enabled. However, Do Not Track may change the type of ads you see. For example, behavioral ads are targeted to your interests based on the websites you visit and the search terms you use. If you request that websites Do Not Track you, and the sites respect your privacy preferences, you will see more generic ads in place of behavioral ads.
  • How does Do Not Track work with other privacy tools?
  • Do Not Track is one of many privacy solutions. Do Not Track does not replace your anti-virus software, will not encrypt data, and is not a security mechanism. There are several other <a href="%(url)s">privacy and security</a> features within Firefox.
  • Will Do Not Track affect the rest of my Web experience?
  • Do Not Track may interfere with some personalized services you enjoy. For example, a Do Not Track request might mean you would have to type in your zip code each time you want to view a weather report, rather than seeing the weather automatically displayed. Personalization on websites can save you time and repetitive typing, but it requires data.
  • How do I enable Do Not Track in Firefox?
  • This feature is not enabled by default. You can find the Do Not Track request on the Privacy pane. <span id="%(id)s">On Windows, go to Tools &gt; Options&hellip; &gt; Privacy.</span>
  • On Mac OS X, go to Firefox &gt; Preferences… &gt; Privacy. On Linux, go to Edit &gt; Preferences &gt; Privacy.
  • Click to check the box next to &quot;Tell websites I do not want to be tracked&quot;. For more information, see the help file on <a href="%(url)s">how to stop websites from tracking you</a>.
  • Will companies honor my Do Not Track preference?
  • Companies are starting to support Do Not Track, but you may not notice any changes initially. We are actively working with companies that have started to implement Do Not Track, with others who have committed to doing so soon.
  • Where can I learn more?
  • Other interesting work about Do Not Track and online privacy:
  • <a href="%s">Private browsing</a> in Firefox &#8212; limits saving data about which sites and pages you have visited online
  • <a href="%(url1)s">Managing cookies</a> in Firefox &#8212; lets you control how <a href="%(url2)s">cookies</a> are saved on your computer
  • <a href="%s">Alex Fowler’s Mozilla Blog</a> &#8212; latest news from Mozilla’s Technology and Privacy Officer
  • <a href="%s">donottrack.us</a> project &#8212; Stanford researchers working on the ideas behind Do Not Track
  • The Tracking Preference Expression (DNT) <a href="%s">W3C Editor’s Draft</a>
  • Tracking Compliance and Scope <a href="%s">W3C Editor’s Draft</a>
  • The W3C <a href="%s">Tracking Protection Working Group</a>
  • <a href="%s">Ghostery</a> &#8212; a tool that lets you learn which sites are tracking you online
  • See <a href="%s">where your data goes</a> before you click &#8212; an image from the Future of Privacy Forum
  • Mozilla and Stanford’s Do Not Track <a href="%(url)s">submission to the IETF</a> &#8212; IETF is a standards body that helps define how the Web works, regardless of which Internet browser you use
  • Enable Do Not Track in Firefox
  • Options window - Advanced panel - Do Not Track
  • Enabling Do Not Track
  • Click for Instructions
  • Enable Do Not Track in Internet Explorer 9
  • To enable Do Not Track in IE 9, you need to enable IE 9’s <a href="%(url)s">Tracking Protection</a> feature. The easiest way to do that is to install <a href="%(tpl)s">Mozilla’s Simple Tracking Protection List</a>. If you view this page in IE 9, there will be instructions right here.

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  • Map
  • Schedule

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  • Menu
  • Home
  • About
  • Lightbeam for Firefox
  • Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that uses interactive visualizations to show you the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web.
  • Shine a Light on Who’s Watching You
  • See who’s tracking you online
  • As you browse, Lightbeam reveals the full depth of the Web today, including parts that are not transparent to the average user.
  • Download Lightbeam for Firefox
  • Get it from Mozilla Add-Ons
  • How Lightbeam Works
  • Download and run the Lightbeam add-on in your Firefox browser.
  • Lightbeam will create a record of events for every site you visit and every third party site that is stored locally on your browser.
  • Lightbeam visually graphs these events to highlight the interactions between sites you intentionally visit and the third parties.
  • Lightbeam will continue to add to your graph as you browse the Web. You can stop Lightbeam at any time by disabling it or uninstalling the add-on. Your Lightbeam data can be easily saved or deleted.
  • Tracking & privacy
  • Not all tracking is bad. Many services rely on user data to provide relevant content and enhance your online experience.
  • But tracking can happen without the user’s knowledge.
  • That’s not okay for some.
  • It should be you who decides when, how and if you want your browsing data to be shared. We recognize the importance of transparency and our mission is all about empowering users — both with tools and information.
  • Explore the database
  • In the Lightbeam database, you will be able to browse first and third-party connection data uploaded by donors who use the Lightbeam add-on.
  • We’re building this crowd-sourced directory to encourage users to visualize the state of tracking as an aggregate and to examine relationships that exist on the Web.
  • Visualize your data
  • After you download and install the Lightbeam add-on to Firefox, it will begin to create a real time visualization of the websites you visit and all the third parties that are also active on those pages.
  • Analyze your connections
  • As your visualizations grow, you can take a closer look into the relationships between the various first and third party sites that are stored in your data. You can also reset or save your data at any time.
  • Contribute your data
  • As a part of Lightbeam, we are creating a big-picture view of Internet tracking and of how first and third party sites are connected.
  • To help us, you can contribute your data to our Lightbeam database.
  • Supported by the Ford Foundation
  • The work at the Ford Foundation focuses on building outreach campaigns to help people understand online data tracking — both the benefits and the issues
  • About Lightbeam
  • Lightbeam visualizes the relationships between the sites you visit and the third party sites that are active on those pages.
  • How the add-on works
  • Using three distinct interactive graphic representations — Graph, Clock and List — Lightbeam enables you to examine individual third parties over time and space, identify where they connect to your online activity and provides ways for you to engage with this unique view of the Web.
  • The default Graph view provides a real time visualization of every site you visit and all third party requests made from your browser.
  • The Graph view also provides adjustable filters that allow you to visualize more types of data at a glance.
  • The Clock view allows you to examine connections over a 24-hour period.
  • The List view provides more options for drilling down into individual sites.
  • Site preferences in the List view enable you to block sites from connecting to your Firefox browser, watch sites you’re interested in or hide sites you don’t want to see visualized.
  • Lightbeam also offers an information panel that provides additional details about the site you selected and the sites it has connected to.
  • The origins of Lightbeam
  • Lightbeam began in July 2011 as Collusion, a personal project by Mozilla software developer <a href="%s">Atul Varma</a>.
  • Inspired by the book, <em>The Filter Bubble</em>, Atul created an experimental add-on to visualize browsing behavior and data collection on the Web.
  • In February 2012, Gary Kovacs, Mozilla CEO at the time, introduced the Collusion add-on in a <a href="%s">TED talk</a> (now one of the most watched TED talks of all time) about exposing online tracking.
  • In September 2012, Mozilla joined forces with faculty and student researchers at <a href="%s">Emily Carr University of Art + Design</a> to develop and implement visualizations for the add-on.
  • With the support of the Ford Foundation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Collusion has been re-imagined as Lightbeam and was launched in the fall of 2013.
  • To read more about the collaboration, please visit <a href="{url}">{url}</a>
  • Policy and the larger tracking narrative
  • At Mozilla, we believe that everyone should have the tools to make their own decisions about their online privacy and who collects data on them.
  • With the Lightbeam add-on, we are providing a valuable (and open) community research platform that aims to raise awareness, promote analysis and, ultimately, affect policy change in the areas of tracking and privacy.
  • Lightbeam is one step in a larger, concerted effort by Mozilla and its partners to provide Web users with greater control and transparency of their personal data.
  • Learn more about online tracking and privacy
  • The <a href="%s">Mozilla Foundation</a> is a non-profit organization that promotes the values of an open Web to the broader world. The larger Mozilla community sees the growing relevance of online privacy and is supporting several initiatives that tackle the issue in various ways.
  • Data formats in Lightbeam
  • Visit our <a href="%s">documentation on Github</a> to learn more about the file formats used in Lightbeam and to see details of the data that is uploaded if you opt in to contribute data.
  • Partners of Lightbeam
  • The <a href="%s">Ford Foundation</a> is a non-profit organization that focuses on the mission of advancing human welfare.
  • They provide support for companies and institutions devoted to strengthening democratic values, reducing poverty and social injustice, supporting human achievement and fostering international co-operation.
  • The <a href="%s">Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre</a> at Emily Carr University of Art + Design supports a wide range of projects in design and media, giving companies direct access to the innovative thinking, design skills and research expertise of British Columbia’s most creative faculty and students.

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  • History of the Mozilla Project
  • The Mozilla project was <a href="%(coderush)s">created in 1998</a> with the <a href="%(sourcerelease)s">release of the Netscape browser suite source code</a>.
  • It was intended to harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet and fuel unprecedented levels of innovation in the browser market.
  • Within the <a href="%(firstyear)s">first year</a>, new community members from around the world had already contributed new functionality, enhanced existing features and became engaged in the management and planning of the project itself.
  • By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become <a href="%(stevecase)s">larger than any one company</a>.
  • Community members got involved and expanded the scope of the project’s <a href="%(mission)s">original mission</a> — instead of just working on Netscape’s next browser, people started creating <a href="%(browsers)s">a variety of browsers</a>, <a href="%(bugzilla)s">development tools</a> and a range of other <a href="%(projects)s">projects</a>.
  • People contributed to Mozilla in different ways, but everyone was passionate about creating free software that would enable people to have a choice in how they experienced the Internet.
  • After several years of development, <a href="%(mozilla1)s">Mozilla 1.0</a>, the first major version, was released in 2002. This version featured many improvements to the browser, email client and other applications included in the suite, but not many people were using it.
  • By 2002, <a href="%(over90)s">well over 90%% of Internet users</a> were browsing with Internet Explorer.
  • Not many people noticed at the time, but the first version of Phoenix (later renamed to Firefox) was also released by Mozilla community members that year with the goal of providing the <a href="%(charter)s">best possible browsing experience</a> to the widest possible set of people.
  • In 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation, an <a href="%(foundation)s">independent non-profit organization</a> supported by individual donors and a variety of companies.
  • The new Mozilla Foundation continued the role of managing the daily operations of the project and also officially took on the role of promoting <a href="%(manifesto)s">openness, innovation and opportunity</a> on the Internet.
  • It did this by continuing to release software, such as Firefox and Thunderbird, and expanding to new areas, such as providing <a href="%(grants)s">grants</a> to support accessibility improvements on the Web.
  • <a href="%(firefox1)s">Firefox 1.0</a> was released in 2004 and became a big success — in less than a year, it was downloaded <a href="%(millions)s">over 100 million times</a>.
  • New versions of Firefox have come out regularly since then and keep setting new records. The popularity of Firefox has helped bring choice back to users.
  • The renewed competition has <a href="%(innovation)s">accelerated innovation</a> and improved the Internet for everyone.
  • In 2013, we launched <a href="%(firefoxos)s">Firefox OS</a> to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • Mozilla also celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2013.
  • The community has shown that commercial companies can benefit by collaborating in open source projects and that great end user products can be produced as open source software.
  • More people than ever before are using the Internet and are experiencing it <a href="%(all)s">in their own language</a>.
  • A sustainable organization has been created that uses market mechanisms to support a public benefit mission and this model has been reused by others to create open, transparent and collaborative organizations in a <a href="%(range)s">broad range</a> <a href="%(areas)s">of areas</a>.
  • The future is full of challenges and opportunities equal to those of our past.
  • There’s no guarantee that the Internet will remain open or enjoyable or safe.
  • Mozilla will continue to provide an opportunity for people to make their voices heard and to shape their own online lives.
  • Of course, we’re not alone in doing this.
  • The Mozilla community, together with other open source projects and other public benefit organizations, exists only because of the people who are engaged in making our common goals a reality.
  • If you want to join us in our mission, please <a href="%(contribute)s">get involved</a>.
  • For more information about Mozilla’s history, see the following:
  • Mozilla Bookmarks
  • Timeline of Mozilla Project
  • Mozilla Digital Memory Bank
  • <a href="%(link)s">The History of Firefox and Mozilla Posters</a> (available in English and Japanese)

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  • Be the first to know when Firefox is available for iOS devices.

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  • Free and open source software promotes the development of the Internet as a public resource. Learn more.
  • Mozilla is a community of technologists, thinkers and builders working to keep the Internet accessible.
  • Tons of customization options are at your fingertips with Firefox Add-ons. Tap here to try some.
  • Tip: You can easily create and manage multiple tabs with Firefox for Android. Here’s how.
  • 4,000,000,000… that’s how many times Firefox Add-ons have been downloaded. Check out all the ways you can customize your browser.
  • Activate the Firefox sharing tool to easily share your online finds with friends through email, social networks and bookmarking sites. Here’s how.
  • Themes give your Firefox a new look, any time you like. Try our featured browser themes for March.
  • At Mozilla, we’re a global community of technologists, thinkers and builders working together to keep the Internet alive and accessible. Learn more.
  • Set up Sync on Firefox to access your settings, bookmarks and passwords from any computer or your phone.
  • Set up your Firefox Account to seamlessly sync your bookmarks, history, add-ons and more, everywhere you use Firefox.
  • Firefox OS is designed to give you just what you need, when you need it. Check out the latest Firefox OS smart phones.
  • Firefox OS has amazing apps for all you do. Get your Firefox OS phone today.
  • Skip the stock browser on your Android. Upgrade to Firefox for Android for better, faster mobile browsing.
  • Only Firefox for Android offers so many ways to make your mobile browsing experience truly your own. Download Firefox for Android today.

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