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Good luck having as feature filled a web as we have right now. I could care less if they know my searching habits.
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Where and how do i use this?
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Where and how do i use this?
I would like to know, also.
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So happy that Firefox put this feature in... Screw the compaines that make money off tracking what sites people visit...
    
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<3 you FF
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Firefox is the best hands down. Looking forward to the final release of the new browser next week.
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With Kovacs fighting the good fight for us, hope will always burn eternal.

Much like the phoenix, Firefox rises from the ashes time and time again to shatter expectations and illuminate the ignorant.

Truly a legend among mortals.
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What are you guys 16? This is how the web works. What a bunch of cry babies. Sure this kills certain business models. That's considered a bad thing. This can affect's peoples jobs and lives.

Obviously it doesn't affect Mozilla's 2nd rate, notoriously slow javascript performance, browser model. Doesn't mean they have to come out in public and show there butts like this.

The feature is fine. Just don't talk crap about other peoples livelihood.

Some day when you kiddies get out of middle school you will have to find a job.

Personally I don't care what people know about me. I don't have anything to hide. As long as I don't start getting crap in the mail or phone calls, I could care less. So much crying on this forum.

So someone knows I like to go to overclock and stackoverflow. I buy stuff from newegg. So what. If they want to display me ads then that's fine.
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What are you guys 16? This is how the web works. What a bunch of cry babies. Sure this kills certain business models. That's considered a bad thing. This can affect's peoples jobs and lives.

Obviously it doesn't affect Mozilla's 2nd rate, notoriously slow javascript performance, browser model. Doesn't mean they have to come out in public and show there butts like this.

The feature is fine. Just don't talk crap about other peoples livelihood.

Some day when you kiddies get out of middle school you will have to find a job.

Personally I don't care what people know about me. I don't have anything to hide. As long as I don't start getting crap in the mail or phone calls, I could care less. So much crying on this forum.

So someone knows I like to go to overclock and stackoverflow. I buy stuff from newegg. So what. If they want to display me ads then that's fine.
You ok? Simmer down, and rethink what you said.

They track your information. Including PHONE NUMBERS, ADRESSES, EMAILS, YOUR NAME.

You know, all the vital information to contact you... I have gotten mail and phone calls from companies i dont even associate myself with. Some of which probably bought my information from google or another phishing company. I have a job. Im out of school. And i disagree with you completely. Ignorance is bliss. You cant see past your self.... Privacy is a huge part of everyones life, and its dwindling as we speak.
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You ok? Simmer down, and rethink what you said.

They track your information. Including PHONE NUMBERS, ADRESSES, EMAILS, YOUR NAME.

You know, all the vital information to contact you... I have gotten mail and phone calls from companies i dont even associate myself with. Some of which probably bought my information from google or another phishing company. I have a job. Im out of school. And i disagree with you completely. Ignorance is bliss. You cant see past your self.... Privacy is a huge part of everyones life, and its dwindling as we speak.
Interesting because I sync everything I can think of through Google. Maybe I'm just lucky, but this privacy thing hasn't existed since 9/11 man. Sorry to burst your bubble.
    
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