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Please reconsider stance on FireFox 24 *ESR*
Please reconsider your stance on FireFox's ESR product as a supported platform. It is a stability platform that doesn't get the FireFox usual 6-8 weeks to a new version approach. It is a version that doesn't get a bunch of new features every other month, but just security fixes.
It is a stable release and Norton doesn't have to spend a lot of time chasing compatibility with the latest, newest whim of the firefox regular products.
I find firefox to be a great choice for a privacy browser with the combination of no-script, ghostery, and cookie monster (comprehensive cookie management.) I haven't found a cookie management app that handles session cookies of third party sites as well as cookie monster for any browser.
Please reconsider your support of FireFox ESR (24). This is not the "flavour of the month" approach of regular firefox releases, it is the long term use stability version. Isn't long term support and stable releases exactly what developers like Norton or other pluggin developers prefer?