DRM woes leave rooted Android devices without YouTube rentals

May 23, 2011
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Firefox Beta brings the Do Not Track capability to mobile browsing. Updated late last week, Firefox Beta for Android can help you avert targeted ads based on your browsing behavior. The new feature is listed under the privacy and security setting, and can be activated with just the tap of your finger. It’s a capability that’s becoming standard for PC browsers, thanks to rising privacy concerns from knowledgeable consumers. It’s another way mobile users can gain certain levels of control over their user experience without having to root their phones, addressing just one aspect of consumer concern over device control.

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