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  • Mozilla explains user-tracking proposal for Firefox

    02/08/2012 10:27:47 AM PST · by ShadowAce · 3 replies
    The Register ^ | 8 February 2012 | Kelly Fiveash
    In a story published yesterday your humble Reg writer wrongly confused Mozilla's Telemetry project with the open-source outfit's so-called Metrics Data Ping proposal. Mozilla has been in touch to clear things up. The org's global privacy and policy boss Alex Fowler kindly explained the differences between the two systems to us. "The Metrica Data Ping proposal is not Telemetry. Telemetry is a component of Firefox that collects anonymous browser performance data for around 200 data points. It's voluntary, doesn't include a universally unique identifier (UUID), and is under the user's control," he said. As we noted in our earlier piece,...