Mozilla Firefox 62 Web Browser Enters Development with New Privacy Features

Firefox 62 promises to enhance the overall privacy of users by implementing a few new options starting with a Clear Site Data and Cookie button in the identity pop-up found next to the address bar. Mozilla says that this would make it easier for users to delete local browsing data for visited sites, including history, cookies, etc. Another feature coming to Firefox 62 this fall is the ability to wipe all of your personal and browsing data from a device that’s disconnected from Firefox Sync. The data that’s being wiped includes web history, saved passwords, cookies, bookmarks, and any other site related data that you might not want to remain on a device you’re selling for example.