Firefox technocrat tries to keep himself in the public eye with ads

Mozilla has been struggling to get back on its own for many years, as it is currently fully financially at Google’s whim, with its rival Chrome developer funding its operations through Firefox’s default search engine store. Because of this, over the years, there have been several ways to provide Firefox with ads, plus more recently Mozilla is experimenting with launching paid services.

He just came the latest variation on the subject of advertising, the recently released Firefox 93 in some countries is already able to display paid ads in the address bar, based on the information entered by users, advertising links may appear in the offers. The development is not active in Hungary at the moment, and in the supported markets it can be switched off by unchecking the settings → Settings → Privacy and security → Address bar → Contextual offers → Show sponsored offers.

Mozilla says the feature fully respects users’ privacy, allowing only trusted advertisers who meet strict data security requirements to display such ads in Firefox.

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