Mozilla only experimented with advertising banners for Booking.com, a hotel booking site, on Firefox's new tab page. Here's how to disable all these banners so you never see any of these ads in the future.
A Mozilla spokesman told VentureBeat that this was not a paid placement or ad, and was an experiment that added more value to Firefox Users through offers from a partner. "Who does Mozilla think they are fooling?
If you don't want to see these ad banners in the future, there's a simple solution.
Click Menu> Options> Home, or just click the" Options "gear at the top of the screen. right on FIrefox's new tab page.
Under Firefox Home Content, uncheck "Extract." This will disable all of the message banners at the bottom of the Firefox page again, including those booking hotel chopping sites.
While you're there, you can also uncheck Pocket's Sponsored Stories, which is another type of advertising that Mozilla places on your new Tab page.
Mozilla wants to place Firefox as an underdog browser who cares about your integrity, a brave hero who hits back on browsers like Chrome, Safari and Edge, produced by major technology companies.
But at the same time, Mozilla continues to make more ads for Firefox It was a year ago that Mozilla forced Mr.. Robot extension on Firefox users as well. Is it strange that Mozilla's message does not reason, and Firefox's market share is lowered?
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