Mozilla’s representatives, Firefox’s parent company, described why Google Analytics is now blocking the browser by default.
This week’s release of an updated version of the Firefox browser blocking all trackers including Google Analytics.
This implies that when tourists use the recent version of Firefox, traffic information may be impacted.
Mozilla argues to make this shift to maintain privacy of user data.
In an exchange on Twitter between Joe Youngblood and multiple Mozilla employees, the company offered a further explanation for blocking Google Analytics.