Wolfie get’s his Glorious Day

Fantastic. Mozilla have clearly been listening…

Welcome to Firefox - proposed replacement for the EULA

Welcome to Firefox - proposed replacement for the EULA

Alternative proposal

Alternative proposal

These are just mock-ups but I doubt that they’d be showing something far from what will transpire. It looks nice, requires no consent, and certainly wouldn’t aggravate me.

Update, now you can also see some mock-ups of how the license gets shown too.

Proposal for opening page of terms of use

Proposal for opening page of terms of use

And here is the Website Services Agreement:

Proposed text and display for the agreement itself

Proposed text and display for the agreement itself

No SHOUTING, and they look to have removed most of the cruft which made it utterly pointless. I’m not convinced it is still necessary to actually do all this, and I would prefer if the “services” which cause all this grief (the anti-phishing and scam detection) were disabled by default.

But, this is definitely a massive improvement over where we were a couple of days ago…

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