In terms of improving service and visitor experience, the websites we visit require cookies from the browser. Cookies themselves are data in the form of information about the preferences that Mozilla Firefox users use, for example, the language used, activities carried out when opening the site, location, to IP address (Public), etc.
For example, if you frequently search for smartphones, the ads that will often appear are related to smartphones.
By default, Firefox will always ask for confirmation from the user first before allowing websites to access / save cookies.
But if you are a person who is very concerned about privacy, then it’s a good idea to block cookies in the browser as a whole.
How to Turn Off Cookies on Mozilla Firefox
- Open the Firefox browser.
- Enter the address
about:preferences#privacyin the URL field.
- On the Enhanced Tracking Protection menu, select the Custom option . Put a check mark on Cookies and select the All cookies option from the drop down menu.
After the process is complete, there will no longer be websites that access cookies on Opera. Although it is recommended to enable cookies to improve user experience. But if you are more concerned with privacy, then this option is suitable for use.