What Is First-Party Isolation and How to Enable It in Firefox

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With the release of Firefox 55, Mozilla added a new privacy feature, called First-Party Isolation, that safeguards users from cross-site tracking. Once you turn on FPI, ad trackers can’t trace your web activity or see all the cookies dropped to your system. Here’s how you can enable First-Party Isolation in Firefox. What Is First-Party Isolation? In short, First-Party Isolation (FPI) restricts access to cookies, the cache, and similar data to domain level only. This means that when you enable FPI, advertising agencies can’t use cookies to track your Internet activity as you browse the Web. If you’re not familiar with

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