Privacy? What privacy?
Followup to grc.privacy
Ponemon, a privacy consultant, said he has been contacted by many
companies -- such as banks and a national supermarket chain -- asking how
they should tell consumers that they gave huge swaths of consumer data to
In many cases, Ponemon said, the companies sent the information on their own
initiative in order to assist the terrorism investigation. Some firms, such
as airlines and car rental agencies, are breaking their privacy policies by
sharing data to analyze suspic...Privacy.. which privacy ?
I can't see privacy here
"ObiWan" <anzen.NO@SPAM.gmx.net> wrote in message
> I can't see privacy here
Shhhhhhh...the wires have ears.
On Wednesday, Anonymous Bob ventured about what:
> ObiWan wrote <in reference to>
>> I ca...How can I get out of my Mozilla's browser the Winamp browser and get back the Google's or Mozilla's browser.
Please I have got to my browser ( I don't know how.) the Winamp
browser he behave like virus stick in.But he doesn't has uninstalation
section so I can't do anything to get him away from Mozilla's file.
I'm not happy of Winamp's behave its like advertisement against a
Please is there any way to get him away from Mozilla?Please send me
exact direction I have tried many ways but he is deeply inside the
systeme so when I install new Mozilla he is always here ready to
Thank you for an answer.
...Suggestion for Mozilla Firebird or Mozilla Browser
I'm not sure if this could be done, but I was hoping you might be able
to incorporate a plugin for FB or Mozilla Browser to include antivirus
software in the toolbar section. I think it is a plug-in and I'm not
sure if it's in the setup of Norton Antivirus or within Internet
Explorer itself. I know that IE has Norton Antivirus as a toolbar on
their browser. Can the same be done with Mozilla?
Beryle Manz wrote:
> I'm not sure if this could be done, but I was hoping you might be able
> to incorporate a plugin for ...The Mozilla Manifesto and privacy
I know we had that discussion when we were drafting the Manifesto, but
in recent discussions with privacy-concerned people (around the
PrivacyOS conference in Vienna) and on the marketing list (related to
our difference to Google Chrome), this topic came back again and again
Talking about it, the picture became clear to me once again that our
relatively weak pointers like "individual experience on the web" or
"Internet should enrich people's lives" in the Mozilla Manifesto are
making it much less clear where we stand wrt privacy than our actual
a...Mozilla Firefox Privacy
Summary: Mozilla Firefox Privacy
In Firefix 1.0.6, in privacy there is a clear all button. Is there any
chance taht it will be included in Firefox 1.5? Because I just
downloaded it and I don't want to go to each tab to delete things like
history and cookies. I think that the "clear all" button saves people
time and it is easier. Thank you.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.10) Gecko/20050716 Firefox/1.0.6
...privacy bug in mozilla
This is bug 145579 from the bugzilla database. The bug was originally
opened 2002-05-19 with the more serious onunload behaviour found on
2002-06-07. There are no patches as of 2002-09-15.
Known affected browsers:
Mozilla 0.9x, 1.0, 1.0.1, 1.1 and 1.2alpha
Netscape 6.x and 7
Well, thank god for open source or we never would have found this bug,eh
? At least it won't take months to fix, like IE....
...Mozilla & IE
Is it possible to install Mozilla with IE 6.0?
> Is it possible to install Mozilla with IE 6.0?
Yes it is. They coexist just fine.
Ok, thank you.
I`ve heard that Mozilla gives more security than IE. Is that true?
> Chris wrote:
>>Is it possible to install Mozilla with IE 6.0?
> Yes it is. They coexist just fine.
You could even add Opera for a third choice.
And I have IE6, Moz...IE & Mozilla
Normally in Mozilla we can open all Websites.But IE doesnt open .Why?Can any one say Whats lacking in IE .Can any one give me Technical Reason.Thanks in Advance gvrkraju
IE uses a different rendering engine than Firefox and has somewhat been more loose in interpretation of W3C guidelines.
Grz, Kris.Read my blog. Handy Firefox plugins for web developers.Workaround for non working Mark as answer buttons....problem in referencing images properly with IE && mozilla
It seems that mozilla and firefox only display images (<img ...>) if the src value is relative, for example "images\myPic.jpg". Once there is a '\" to tell it to make the reference from the root of the site or even preceeding the name with "http:\\domainName\folderName" will cause the image no to show up. In internet explorer everything that I am doing works fine.
now all of the above would not be an issue because I am uploading the filename to the db with only the name of the file ex. somePic.jpg, but where the problem lies is assigning that name to the ...Mozilla & Mozilla Firefox search windows.
Name: Karl Sschueler
Summary: Mozilla & Mozilla Firefox search windows.
For all OS: Mozilla has one window for both http addresses & searches,
with a search putton. Firefox has a search data window much too small.
the one search window with search botton is better!
Linux version: when clicking in the address field (previous data there),
the previous data should be highlighted automatically for quick replacement.
Browser Details: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; es-AR; rv:220.127.116.11) Gecko/20060909 Firefox...Mozilla Thunderbird & mozilla news (normal)
I use thunderbird under windows and mozilla mail under linux. they have
the same behaviour. The problem is when i want to read some news,
mozilla automaticaly bring to some news and display all the tree. It's
not a big deal, but it's kind of boring. What i would like, is that
mozilla just keep in the last news that was posted, and don't display
tree of a news i don't care.
ps : sorry for my english, i'm french ;)
> I use thunderbird under windows and mozilla mail under linux. they
> have the same behaviour. The pro...Mozilla community and Mozilla priorities&decisions
At MozCampEU 2012, I think during Leadership Panel, Brian King
mentionned that Mozilla (I would guess MoFo&MoCo) and the community
sometimes have unaligned priorities. After being asked, he gave 2
examples; one being that the community still maintains SeaMonkey which
is not a priority for MoFo/MoCo and I have forgotten the second one
(please complete if anyone remembers), but I remember it was another
He added that he is no one to tell anyone not to contribute to SeaMonkey
and I certainly agree, but wish to provide some in-depth thoughts on
The...My CUSTOM Mozilla Firefox & Mozilla Thunderbird
Since the early release versions, I have made custom versions of both
Mozilla Firefox & Mozilla Thunderbird. My CUSTOM version of Mozilla
Firefox is meant for users who are making the switch from Microsoft
Internet Explorer. My CUSTOM version of Mozilla Thunderbird is meant
for users who are making the switch from Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft
Outlook Express, or another similar e-mail program. It has the Calendar
Extension installed and many other enhancements the default release
version of Mozilla Thunderbird doesn't have. The ...