There is a brewing war between the owners of the browsers mainly Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer 9, and Mozilla Firefox 4.
As per the Mozilla's noisiest hominid, Asa Dotzler, Firefox 4 is leading the chart with 5% of the Web browser global usage share followed by 1.5% share of two-week old internet Explorer 9(IE 9).
Close on the heels of Google’s security update for its Chrome browser, Mozilla has recently released one more, probably the last, update for Firefox 3.6 – the Firefox 3.6.14 – to address 10 vulnerabilities in the browser, including eight flaws that have received a ‘critical’ rating on the basis of the security risks associated with them.
In response to the ‘Do Not Track’, lists which had been proposed by the U. S. Federal Trade Commission, Google and Mozilla are said to have made an announcement regarding their new browser initiatives. As per these new changes the users will now be permitted to opt out of having their online activities being trailed by online advertisers.
In their recently-announced new browser initiatives, Google and Mozilla disclosed that they have plans in place for implementing `Do Not Track' privacy features on their respective Chrome and Firefox browsers; thereby giving the users the option of opting out of having their activities tracked by online third-party advertisers.
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