Hopefully blog.mozilla assure it's for your own good: trust You know.
I switched to qupzilla recently. It's sort of a faster opera old v12.
More to my liking than palemoon or waterfox, just for the ability to have a real customizable speeddial
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Still use firefox. Opted out of the whatever page, not that I ever close my tabs/windows anyway. Use addons to take care of the rest of my basic privacy needs. Don't see much of a problem. Only things that get through are what I want to.
Goddammit. Firefox at least gave me the illusion of online privacy. Any alternatives?