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blog.mozilla.org/security/2021

Not to mention the obvious that such "popular third party login providers" means Google and Facebook!

Those are among the most common tracking devices around.

And Firefox allows those because it someone magically knows I "intend" to use them???

More compromises from Firefox ...

@thornedu
Add it to the (#)GoogleSafeBrowsing and (#)Cloudflare-for-all-your-DNS-requests list.

Also reminds us of how when a user installs the #NoScript addon, it assumes that you want JavaScript from BigTech. You need to access the settings to manually disable them.

Thankfully TorBrowser does that privacy hardening for the user.

@dsfgs

Exactly. I almost tooted about the Cloudflare DNS thing.

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