Mozilla is back with a new privacy-focused browser update compatible with the world’s largest social network . Firefox 90
Now with version Private Browsing or Solid Mode
To login to websites at Facebook you will be able to use your details.
Alteration, Firefox 87
It was made possible thanks to Smartblock 2.0, the new version of the enhanced third-party tracking blocker included with . This feature fixes web pages corrupted by Firefox’s content holds, replacing tracking scripts with similar ones that allow sites to be rendered in the usual form.
Until now, SmartBlock was restricting scripts on Facebook as a known tracker that collects your data (or your device’s data) over the web. Of course, this meant that you couldn’t use the common “Connect with Facebook” option on other sites.
Realizing that millions of users didn’t want to miss out on quick login functionality, Firefox did so by quickly unblocking SmartBlock’s Facebook scripts, allowing you to log in with your information as usual. On websites where you do not use this function, it continues to block Facebook’s trackers.