Mozilla shelves default cookie-blocker in Firefox 22

05/17/2013 | MediaPost Communications · Computerworld

After coming under fierce criticism from trade groups, Mozilla announced it will postpone implementation of a default cookie-blocking capability in the forthcoming version 22 of the Firefox browser. The company said it will use the delay "to collect and analyze data on the effect of blocking some third-party cookies."

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