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Security is always a blessing (it keeps your stuff secure) and a curse - people are lazy and don't want to use it because it generally causes pain points. Remembering to bring your keys, remembering increasingly-complex passwords and PINs, remembering to lock your doors, click this security warning, check that checkmark box. Security is a pain. But it's also a necessity. I like the idea of more isolated sandboxes, reducing third-party tracking cookies, third-party content. I go to my bank's web-site, why do I want to grab information from outside of my bank? Anyway...it's good to see Firefox is trying something new. It'll be interesting to see how well it works in the wild.



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