Gathering, Use and Disclosure of Information
IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO SHARE THE INFORMATION DESCRIBED BELOW WITH MOZILLA OR THE PUBLIC, DO NOT INSTALL SPECTATOR.
What Data is Collected?
How is the Data Used?
Mozilla hopes to use the Data gathered by Spectator to keep improving Mozilla® Firefox®. Mozilla analyzes the Data Spectator gathers from users to better understand how users interact with the internet. By identifying patterns and trends in usage, Mozilla is able to better design Firefox to improve users’ experiences, both in terms of content and ease of use.
Where is the Data Available? Mozilla is an open organization that believes in sharing as much information as possible about its products, its operations, and its associations. As such, Spectator users should expect that Mozilla will make all Data collected by Spectator publicly available at some point. Additionally, you are able to see the XML file Spectator has collected since you last uploaded the Data to Mozilla by visiting about:metrics. No personally-identifying information will be available in any of the reports.
How to Disable Spectator
If at any time, you decide you no longer want to have Spectator, you may un-install Spectator. For details, see http://wiki.mozilla.org/spectator.
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