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	July 17, 2015 

	We care about your privacy. When Firefox Cloud Services (the "Services") sends information to Mozilla (that's us) our Mozilla Privacy Policy describes how we use that information.   


	You send us different types of data depending on what features of the Services you use.

 	 FIREFOX ACCOUNT: When you sign up for an account, we receive your email address and a hash of your password. In addition, you may optionally add a profile image. If you choose Gravatar, we'll share your email address with Gravatar to obtain your profile image.
 	 SYNC: If you use Sync, we receive a variety of information to synchronize your tabs, awesome bar, passwords, bookmarks, browser preferences and other data across devices.
 	 FIND MY DEVICE: If you enable Find My Device, we receive the approximate location of your device only when you sign into your Firefox Account and specifically request us to locate a connected device. While signed in, you can see your device’s last known locations on a map. We regularly delete these locations and will not collect further locations until you request us to.


	We use cookies, clear GIFs and other web technologies to offer and improve our products and services.

	ONLINE DATA TOOLS: We use “online data tools” such as cookies, clear GIFs and web beacons to provide the functionality of our products and services. For example, cookies assist with user sign-in and authentication. We also use these same tools to collect data to improve our products and services. For example, we use cookies to provide web analytics.  

	OPTIONS: You can learn more about what cookies are and manage cookies in Firefox by clicking here. Note that certain features of our and other products and services may not function properly without the aid of cookies.

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