2015-11-23 22:14:56 UTC
We would like to update our Privacy Notice for Firefox Hello, to reflect our usage of Google Analytics and Optimizely for analytics and inform users how to opt-out. Our use of these analytics was already part of our Privacy Notice for all Mozilla websites, but we wanted to make it clear that this included Firefox Hello. We also wanted to make sure users were provided notice of the opt-out mechanisms for each. Below is the language that we are adding:
* Google Analytics, which places a cookie on your device, to obtain metrics on how users engage with Hello. This helps us to improve the Hello service.
* Optimizely, which places a cookie on your device, to help us test variations of Hello. This helps us offer better experiences to Hello users.
You can control individual cookie preferences and opt-out of web analytics and
optimization tools. Learn More
* **Cookie History**: You can accept or decline individual cookies in the preferences
in the appropriate settings within your web browser. For Firefox, this can be
found in the Tools/Options/Privacy history section. Note that certain features
of Hello may not function properly without the aid of cookies.
* **Analytics & Optimization**: If you do not want data about your interaction with
Hello to be collected by Google Analytics, you can install the Google Analytics
Opt-out Browser Add-on. The add-on keeps your visits anonymous and prohibits
data transmission to Google Analytics. If you do not want data about your
interaction with Hello to be collected by Optimizely, you can opt-out by
visiting Optimizely's opt-out website for more information.