Enhanced protection tracking was first introduced in October with the release of Firefox 63. The feature gives users significantly more control over how their online activity is tracked. ETF allows users to choose to block all cookies on a webpage, all third party cookies or cross-site trackers that follow your listings while browsing the web. The feature not only boosts the internet experience by blocking the slots that turn down pages, but it also restores some sense of privacy to the browser experience, allowing users to choose that all their features are registered online and used to sell them.
In addition to ETF, Firefox Focus for Android now has the protection of Google's Safe Browsing service, which prevents users from stumbling on shady sites by providing browser alerts when directed to a flagged URL. In the case of iOS users, today's update adds the opportunity to share what they are writing with search providers and receive automatic suggestions based on the query. The iOS version of the browser has previously added the ability to lock face-to-face tabs to prevent snooping.