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  5. Cloud Firewall - a browser extension/addon that allows users to block connections
  6. to sites, pages and web resources (images, videos, etc) hosted in major cloud services
  7. if the user wishes to do so.
  8. Copyright (C) 2019 Niklas Poslovski
  9. Copyright (C) 2019 Gokulakrishna Sudharsan
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  23. <title>Cloud Firewall Privacy Policy</title>
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  32. Cloud Firewall Privacy Policy</h2>
  33. <p>
  34. In this document, "It" refers the Cloud Firewall addon/extension, and "We" or "Us" refers the developer(s) of this addon.
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  37. Cloud Firewall does not send any data at all about its users to any server anywhere. It technically cannot - see sourcecode at NotABug at <a href=""></a>) send any data back to any central server. It stores "Cache", "stats", and other settings in user's local storage offline
  38. - and never sends it to any server anywhere. From settings page, you have the ability to disable the local offline cache. It does not (again, technically cannot - see sourcecode) collect a list of URLs you visit and send to us in any form or way. We do not wish to know what sites you browse.
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  40. <p>When you install any addon/extension, Mozilla merely tracks the "number of installations" of any addon. Updates to this extension/addon will be provided on the means provided by browser vendor like Mozilla via their respective update methods. </p>
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