Mozilla says it’s working on fixing a bug in Firefox for Android that keeps the smartphone camera active even after users have moved the browser in the background or the phone screen was locked. From a report: A Mozilla spokesperson told ZDNet in an email this week that a fix is expected for later this year in October. The bug was first spotted and reported to Mozilla a year ago, in July 2019, by an employee of video delivery platform Appear TV. The bug manifests when users chose to video stream from a website loaded in Firefox instead of a native app. Mobile users often choose to stream from a mobile browser for privacy reasons, such as not wanting to install an intrusive app and grant it unfettered access to their smartphone’s data. Mobile browsers are better because they prevent websites from accessing smartphone data, keeping their data collection to a minimum. The Appear TV developer noticed that Firefox video streams kept going, even in situations when they should have normally stopped.