Mozilla has released Firefox Lockwise 4.0.1 password manager for Android devices. With a little update, it also added the ability to remove telemetry data collected with Mozilla Telemetry.
As you may know, Firefox Lockwise is a password manager built into Firefox for desktop devices. It is also available as a standalone password management application on Android and iOS devices.
When AutoComplete is selected in Android Options, Firefox Lockwise allows AutoComplete in all installed applications. The synchronization feature allows the saved passwords to be available on desktop devices as well as on mobiles where the application exists and is connected to your Firefox account.
In version 4.0.1, Firefox Lockwise may also send a special request to delete telemetry data collected from Mozilla servers when the user turns off telemetry.
This change was made in accordance with the new directive added to the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which aims to protect users' rights to the handling of their data by large companies.
It is worth noting that a similar change has been made to the Firefox application.