I've been waiting
for an announcement
of vulnerabilities in Firefox due to popular extensions. I've compared it to Windows 95 before
. Yet students often opine that Firefox is more secure than Internet Explorer. It is worth repeating this explanation from the announcement:
"Mozilla doesn't have a security model for extensions and Firefox fully trusts the code of the extensions. There are no security boundaries between extensions and, to make things even worse, an extension can silently modify another extension."
Every medium supported exclusively by advertising tends to have a net value of zero for viewers and users
?). This is where radio and TV are right now. If the value was significantly higher than zero, advertisers could wring more profits from it, for example by increasing the duration or number of annoying things, polluting your mind or gathering and exploiting more information. If it was significantly less than zero, then they would lose viewership and therefore revenue.
as a step in the right direction, and that's the bright light at the end of the tunnel: some things are improving.