Mozilla activates Tracking Protection by default for Firefox on iOS

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    With personal data use and privacy as the topic du jour, it’s easy for Mozilla to earn a few brownie points by turning Tracking Protection on by default. But, will that be enough to stop people from installing Chrome or using Safari on iOS?

    View the original article: https://www.engadget.com/2018/04/12/firefox-ios-tracking-protection/

    As far as iPad goes, now you can drag and drop tabs to re-order them just like you would on desktop. Just long-press to start moving stuff around. And speaking of drag-and-drop, you can take a tab and drop it into iMessage, Twitter or wherever else you see fit, no copy and pasting required. And if you’re in the spirit of using your iPad as a PC replacement, there are a handful of keyboard shortcuts for use too. Enhanced productivity!

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