Firefox 63 will prevent cookies tracking you across sites

Firefox now comes with built-in protections against privacy-invading cross-site tracking cookies, thanks to a new feature called Enhanced Tracking Protection. Enhanced Tracking Protection blocks cookies and storage access from the third-party cookies most typically associated with the type of privacy-harming behavior. To enable the feature, enter your Privacy & Security settings, and click on Content Blocking. Then check the boxes as pictured below. Mozilla warns that enabling this can, in certain scenarios, cause some websites to break. Fortunately, you can disable the blocking on a site-by-site basis, much like you would with an advertising blocker. This is a welcome feature…

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