If you're a nonprofit building a web browser AND you value user privacy... at what point do you start demonstrating that by refraining from technology experiments that include shipping off user data to a central third party? 2/2
Mozilla's new experiment: send your browsing history to a third party, get back recommendations.
From the post: "At Mozilla, we believe browser history is sensitive information and we want people to clearly understand that Laserlike will receive their web browsing history before installing the experiment."
Good that it's opt-in and offers control over data retention, but I have a question 1/2
Fostering a habit of nondisclosure https://galencharlton.com/blog/2018/04/fostering-a-habit-of-nondisclosure/ #code4lib #patronprivacy #libraries