*** This bug is a duplicate of bug 601671 ***

** This bug has been marked a duplicate of bug 601671
   firefox extension: still loging when in private mode
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  Firefox data source logs site visits in Private Browsing mode

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Bug description:
  Current Behavior: Sites are logged (and viewable in Gnome Activity
  Journal) by the Zeitgeist data source for Firefox while the browser is
  in Private Browsing mode.

  Expected Behavior: Sites visited in Private Browsing mode are not
  logged by the data source and are not viewable in Gnome Activity
  Journal etc.

  Steps to Replicate:
  1. Compile and install the Firefox data provider from Launchpad in trunk
  2. Launch Firefox and browse to a few pages
  3. Verify (through Gnome Activity Journal or other interfaces) that pages are 
being logged into Zeitgeist
  4. Switch to Private Browsing mode (Tools > Start Private Browsing)
  5. Browse to a few pages that are distinguishable from what you've viewed 
  6. Exit private browsing mode
  7. Go back into Gnome Activity Journal (or Sezen, etc.) and see if the sites 
visited in Private Browsing mode are logged

  Software Versions:
  * Data source for Firefox (extension): 0.1 compiled from Launchpad trunk (but 
I'm unsure which revision—I'll compile the latest as soon as I can)
  * Firefox: 3.6.12 from the official Ubuntu repositories
  * Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid).

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