Hackers leak 1M iOS device IDs supposedly taken from FBI agent’s laptop
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Apple recently began taking steps to block UDID app access amid increased scrutiny of privacy practices from both consumers and the government. In August 2011, the company warned developers that it would be ending UDID access with iOS 5, effectively ending an easy solution to OS-wide user tracking
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From the early days, Mozilla has been focused on empowering users across platforms and devices. We released Firefox Home as an experiment in bringing a part of the Firefox experience to iOS, focusing on Firefox Sync. This project provided valuable insight and experience with the platform, but we have decided to remove Firefox Home from the Apple App Store and focus our resources on other projects.
For those interested in continuing to use or improve the iOS Sync client that Firefox Home is built on, we have made the source available on GitHub, free of Mozilla trademarks and ready for independent development. As with all Mozilla projects, we ask developers to be aware of the Mozilla trademark policy.
We remain committed to providing compelling user experiences across as many platforms and devices as possible and will continue to explore the best ways to provide great experiences to iOS users.
– mconnor, on behalf of the Firefox and Services teams
Da: Retiring Firefox Home | Mozilla Services.
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