Goto Google. Search for ’selinux’.

You now have a Cookie from, and your Firefox browser has downloaded Nice implementations of privacy Firefox team. Good job.

WTF? I was reading in another thread
about prefetch in the mozilla firefox family of browsers, and the more I research, the more
I reach for my tinfoil hat.

Firefox, in its default configuration, does indeed download and cache any document or page
marked for prefetch by a web page.

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Sure enough, the first result in a google search is marked for prefetch.
Anybody else annoyed by this?