Firefox 87 releases today and brings with it a new feature that aims to protect your browsing when jumping between sites. Firefox now trims HTTP referrers by default, removing query string information from the headers and better protecting your data. This will happen even when both the original and destination websites use a secure connection. Mozilla’s new policy follows what it calls “strict-origin-when-cross-origin”. This will remove user sensitive information that might be in a URL, like personalized parameters that appear at the end.