As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser so I understand Sync's privacy/security risks.

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Firefox Sync
5 years ago
5 years ago

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(Reporter: dria, Unassigned)

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As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser.
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5 years ago
Blocks: 909322
Whiteboard: [qa+]

Updated

5 years ago
Summary: [story] Documentation & information for users → [story] As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser.

Updated

5 years ago
Summary: [story] As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser. → As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser so that I understand privacy and security risks

Updated

5 years ago
Summary: As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser so that I understand privacy and security risks → As a user, I want a way to clearly understand what data Sync is actually Syncing, what that data means in terms of my browser functionality, and what happens to that data when I have logged out of my browser so I understand Sync's privacy/security risks.
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