New Firefox will require user permission for almost all third-party plug-ins

09/26/2013 | CNET

Mozilla will require Firefox users to authorize the use of all third-party plug-ins except Flash in its upcoming version of the Web browser. Mozilla is joining Google and Microsoft in trying to phase out plug-ins in favor of Web standards built into browsers. "Plug-ins used to be an important tool for prototyping and implementing new features, such as video and animation. As browsers have advanced, this kind of feature development can occur directly within the browser," writes Mozilla's Benjamin Smedberg.

View Full Article in:

CNET

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Media

Job Title Company Location
Director - Digital Ad Sales Systems
Discovery Communications
New York, NY
Director of Sales, East Coast
DeviantART
NY, NY
Product Marketing Consultant
Sand Cherry Associates
Philadelphia, PA
Coordinator, Mobile Marketing Center of Excellence
Interactive Advertising Bureau
New York, NY
Sales Manager
mGage
Multiple Locations, SL_Multiple Locations