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OUR PRIVACY PRINCIPLES

	The following six privacy principles stem from Mozilla’s Manifesto and inform you how we develop our websites, products and services. Read our specific privacy notices and Mozilla Privacy Policy for more details:   

NO SURPRISES

	Only use and share information about our users for their benefit and as spelled out in our notices.  

REAL CHOICES

	Educate users whenever we collect any personal information and give them a choice whenever possible.  

SENSIBLE SETTINGS

	Establish default settings that balance safety and user experience appropriately.  

LIMITED DATA

	Collect and retain the least amount of user information necessary. Try to share anonymous aggregate data whenever possible, and then only when it benefits the web, users or developers.  

USER CONTROL

	Do not disclose personal user experience without the user’s consent. Innovate, develop and advocate for privacy enhancements that put users in control of their online experiences.  

TRUSTED THIRD PARTIES

	Make privacy a factor in selecting and interacting with partners.

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