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Mozilla is ramping up its program to stop snooping ISPs

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It may not come as a surprise that advertisers are watching what you do online, armed with cookies, tracking scripts, and other tools. Less well-known is how your internet service provider can snoop on your surfing—by tracking every time your computer or phone looks up a web address.

This doesn’t mean that ISPs are watching you online. Comcast, for instance, put out a statement in October pledging to not track users. But Mozilla, the nonprofit behind the Firefox web browser, has........

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