This is a time of change for the internet and for Mozilla. From combatting a lethal virus and battling systemic racism to protecting individual privacy — one thing is clear: …
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We join the Rust community in announcing the formation of the Rust Foundation, the host of the popular Rust programming language that began within Mozilla.
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Today the US Department of Justice (“DOJ”) filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, alleging that it unlawfully maintains monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in…
It’s been about ten months since Mozilla introduced its own VPN service, Firefox Private Network. Six months later, Mozilla expanded the secure browser
Mozilla suggests Amazon’s Silk as an alternative browser.
Mozilla reduces investment in developer tools and platform feature development.
Comcast/Mozilla deal follows dispute over ISP snooping and DNS encryption.
Mozilla says it will fix the bug later this year, in October.
Mozilla fears it could be collateral damage in US-Google antitrust war
Mozilla follows Apple’s and Google’s leads on partitioning, then one-ups them.
YouTube’s recommendation algorithm suggests harmful videos, a crowdsourced investigation from Mozilla found.
Through these different personas, Mozilla hopes to demonstrate how YouTube’s recommendation algorithm could confirm certain biases. The six personas were created after Kihara conducted…