Ive used Firefox since ‘Phoenix’. Yes I am that old and this is the first time I’ve put “pen to paper”. A little background. I am an engineer working in the safety sphere and have/had around 500-700 links to various govt. safety sites and whitepapers from around the world for my work. Overnight all gone. These had taken me 8+ years to find and create this library.
There is a whole lot of irony in my situation but let me also address some irony in your post and the fact you post and then archive these threads…
Firstly greatly appreciate your concern with user data; although the alarm bells go off (when you at least put it in writing) that the issue is data is “being sent to a third-party search provider”. Is the issue your concern with OUR data or you not getting a cut?
The true IRONY…
Your response to data being used in a potentially negative way is to remotely alter user data without consent or warning…
Now I am sure in the EULA you can turn things on/off to your hearts content but I would be incredibly surprised to find (as I am sure many of FFox’s uses will be) to learn that OUR data can be removed under the terms of the EULA as well.
The important question
Can you please point me to the section of the EULA that clearly indicates that OUR work (finding and creating bookmarks) can be altered/removed at the discretion of your company.
Thanks in advance - looking forward to your reply.