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  1. Mozilla sees 'collateral damage' in DOJ antitrust fight with Google In a carefully worded statement after the Justice Department announced antitrust action against Google, the Firefox browser maker implied it might suffer financially in the fight. Magdalena Petrova/IDG Mozilla, maker of Firefox, this week issued a carefully-worded statement that implied it might be harmed by "collateral damage" if the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) wins its recently-revealed antitrust lawsuit against search giant Google. "
  2. On Monday, at its Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose, Apple introduced a privacy-focused login tool called “Sign in with Apple.” Like similar products from Facebook and Google, Apple’s login tool will authenticate you into various apps made by third-party developers. But unlike the Facebook and Google products, Apple’s is designed to share as little data with developers as possible. If offers fine-grained permission controls to let you opt out of sharing your full name or email address, for example. And if you do choose to share your email address, Apple will generate a random alias fo
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