>>3329950>But do you want to have telementry
Yes, I fucking want to send all the telemetry I can, participate in Mozilla's test pilot programs, actively participate in the Firefox development where I can, etc. Do you even realize why firefox UX has gone shit? Because many power users (already a small minority group) disable telemetry, practically all the usage data mozilla's getting comes from normalfags.>or anything else that might identify you?
I'm very concerned about online privacy, but I know what I'm doing. Not a tinfoil hat who disables shit without even knowing what it implies. You're afraid of bogeymen you don't understand. Your IP address alone is far more identifiable than few bits of browser entropy collected from shit like user-agent strings and weird http referer settings. The funny thing is, highly customized browsers are actually more identifiable because they deviate from the masses of normalfag browsers. Or maybe you don't need to worry about your public IP being connected to your ISP; instead you're paying a VPN company to let them log all of your internet traffic. Who knows.