How To Turn On Or Off Adult Filter On The New Tab Page In Firefox Browser __FULL__
If you do choose to share your location with a web site, Chrome will send local network information to Google (also used by other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox) in order to estimate your location. This local network information can include data about nearby Wi-Fi access points or cellular signal sites/towers (even if youre not using them), and your computers IP address. The requests are logged, and aggregated and anonymized before being used to operate, support, and improve the overall quality of Google Chrome and Google Location Services.
How to Turn on or off Adult Filter on the New Tab Page in Firefox browser
I agree. The only thing I want on a new tab/page at FF startup is my DuckDuckGo search bar with my presets active. I blanked all of the FF options for showing their garbage & made DDG search my default for the URL window & after copying the URL for DDG with my settings active I transferred it to show on any new tab/window. The filter discussed here is of no consequence to me beyond demonstrating that even those claiming user interests above all else can be corrupted by the trust we place & the power they have. All sheep need a dogs & a shepherd to care for them. If you dont want the life they design for you, then educate yourself to become a dog &/or shepherd. God bless.
When you connect to a website, the web browser (such as Chromes) receives information about its connection, including the string of characters sent by the website. To improve the quality of browsing for people connecting to sites that don't respect this setting, when users choose a filter to turn off (only allow websites that have been previously reviewed by an administrator to be viewed) or on (allow all websites), we randomly choose from the data we have collected to identify sites that don't support our filtering policies. The website's URL, hostname, IP address, size of the file, and HTTP status code are sent. The hostname is a website name: for example, Google.com. However, the email address of a domain admin for that website is also sent. Web pages also include a unique identifier that is shared between the website and the Google servers. The Google servers check for the web page, and if it matches the one identified by the identifier, the server sends an update to our servers containing what was sent by the web page. The update includes additional information about the web page, including its URL, size of the file, and HTTP status code.