The UK’s “porn block” law comes in in a few weeks, and Firefox looks set to roll out DNS encryption so people can keep their browsing habits private and avoid the ban. Google Chrome, however, is bowing to government pressure.

The UK’s “porn block” law comes in in a few weeks, and Firefox looks set to roll out DNS encryption so people can keep their browsing habits private and avoid the ban. Google Chrome, however, is bowing to government pressure.

Mozilla Firefox seems to be positioning itself as the anti-censorship browser, in contrast to Google, ahead of the “porn block” implementation on June 15 – after which Brits will be forced to get “age verified” by handing over their details or using a passport, bank card, or “porn pass” from the shops.

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/780238/mozilla-firefox-porn-block-law-google-chrome-dns-doh-encryption-online-privacy

Is this about porn, or the possibility of us being able to say and read what we what online, without the government and Internet Service Provides being able to spy on us?

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