Script & Style Show: Episode 19: Firefox Privacy and Security with Luke Crouch

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On this week's episode:  Todd co-hosts the show with the threat of killer bees invading his home despite David's advice to sell his house and seek alternate shelter.  Luke Crouch from Mozilla's Privacy and Security team joins the guys to talk browsing privacy, advertising, tracking, and a number of initiative that Mozilla takes to make the browsing experience more secure for its users.  You'll be using Firefox containers in no time!

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