Firefox moves to protect users from online trackers

Sick of ads for something you’ve checked out online popping up long after you’ve moved on? Mozilla’s browser Firefox browser is going to start blocking third-party trackers that report users’ online activity to advertisers and that slow websites’ download times, according to Fast Company. New features will also fend off cookies that create identification fingerprints. Firefox users will be able to opt out, but those who can’t be bothered to check their browser settings will be protected by default.