To enable or disable location tracking in Mozilla Firefox:
- Open the Firefox browser on your device.
- Click on the menu button (represented by three horizontal lines) located in the top-right corner of the browser window.
- From the drop-down menu, select "Options" (Windows) or "Preferences" (Mac).
- In the Options/Preferences tab, click on the "Privacy & Security" panel from the left-hand side.
- Scroll down to the "Permissions" section and locate the "Location" option.
- To enable location tracking: Check the box next to "Enable location tracking."
To disable location tracking: Uncheck the box next to "Enable location tracking."
- Close the Options/Preferences tab.
- The changes will be saved automatically, and the location tracking feature will be enabled or disabled according to your selection.
Note: Disabling location tracking in Firefox prevents websites from requesting your location information, but it does not disable the device's GPS or other location services. To fully disable location tracking, you may need to adjust system settings on your device.