On Friday, Mozilla released a Firefox patch into its ?Nightly? channel that changes how cookies from third party companies function. Users of this build of Firefox must directly interact with a site or company for a cookie to be installed on their machine. The patch also provides an additional control setting under the ?Privacy? tab in Firefox?s Preferences menu (see image). Many years of observing Safari?s approach to third party cookies, a rapidly expanding numberof third party companies using cookies to track users, and strong user support for more controlis driving our decision to move forward with this patch.... Read More here What do you guys think about this?