Mozilla Considering Do-Not-Track Privacy Tool for Firefox
Web browsers are caught in the cross fire between regulators seeking to protect user privacy and online advertisers who want more information on users' preferences.
Earlier this year, Mozilla scrapped a tool intended to limit tracking, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Firefox is the Web's second-most popular browser, after Microsoft's Internet Explorer.
Later this week, a subcommittee in the U.S. House of Representatives will hold a hearing about do-not-track proposals.