Mozilla will make changes to Firefox Add-on policies in June 2019 that are designed to improve user safety and privacy when using extensions.
Starting in June 2019, extensions may no longer contain obfuscated code. Caitlin Neiman, Mozilla’s Add-ons Community Manager notes that extensions may still use minified, concatenated or otherwise machine-generated code, but that the source code needs to be included and that obfuscation is not allowed anymore.
Mozilla will improve the blocking process as well to block extensions “more proactively” if they violate policies.
The organization changed the review process from “review first, publish second”…
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