These are very interesting points about how Firefox could help new, less experienced users make more privacy-favorable choices.
I’m not sure why people switch to Firefox, but it would be cool if Firefox asked the user why they were switching and then crafted an experience based upon that.
I switched to Firefox at work because I couldn’t, in good conscience, use the privacy sieve that is Chrome anymore, and it’s been a seamless transition, mostly involving my making Firefox behave more like Chrome.
You know. Except for the direct line to Google.
But I’m always pulling for Firefox.
Firefox has lots of room to improve if it wants to beat Chrome | the snazzblog