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Submission + - Mozilla Stands Firm on Firefox Cookie Blocking, Despite Protests (ostatic.com)

An anonymous reader writes: The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) has accusied Mozilla of "undermining American small business" with its plan to block advertising cookies by default in the Firefox browser. Fast-forward to today, and the pre-release version of Firefox version 22 does indeed proceed with the plan, which will make many users happy.
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Mozilla Stands Firm on Firefox Cookie Blocking, Despite Protests

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