Correction at 7:50 a.m. PDT: The spelling of Johnathan Nightingale has been fixed.
At least one security feature won't make it into the final release of Firefox 3 on June 17, Mozilla confirmed again Thursday.
The feature, Private Browsing, would have disabled all caching, cookie downloads, history records, and form data used during the current session. In essence, you could surf the Web and leave no fingerprints.
"It basically said to the browser: I would like what I'm about to do to not be logged anywhere," said Johnathan Nightingale, Mozilla's "human shield,&… Read more