A Note from Mark Surman about MozFest and Internet Health

Earlier this year, Mozilla released its first full-length Internet Health Report — a deep look at how the internet and human life intersect, in ways both good and bad. Mozilla's Executive Director Mark Surman looks forward to what that means for Mozfest and beyond.

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Más de 100 organizaciones le piden al G20 que ponga los derechos humanos en el centro de nuestro futuro digital

by Asociación por los Derechos Civiles (ADC) on Aug. 8, 2018

Los derechos humanos es el centro de nuestro futuro digital.100 organizaciones piden la cumbre del G20 para apoyar una sociedad digital humana.

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Democratizing Tech Education at the Brooklyn Public Library

by Maya M Wagoner on Aug. 8, 2018

Maya M. Wagoner, a Ford- Mozilla Open Web Fellow , highlights her work bringing important services with the Brooklyn Public Library

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The sobering reality: Draft bill gives you new protections to control data about you but this control may be illusory

by Amba Kak on July 31, 2018

Mozilla Tech Policy Fellow Amba Kak reviews how India's new data policy will affect data for users.

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Why Apple Pay Is the Highest-Rated Mobile P2P Payment Service

by Tobie Stanger on Aug. 6, 2018

Consumer Reports rated Apple Pay the best service for Peer to Peer payment . Learn how user security is protected and rated.

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Common Voice

We don't all speak in one voice and we should all be heard. Project Common Voice is a Mozilla Initiative to improve voice recognition technology for all, by collecting data in multiple languages, openly.

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Venmo: put our privacy first

For millions of Venmo users, details of their spending habits are available for anyone to see. Can you ask Venmo to make transactions private by default?

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Fellowships That Empower Leaders

Mozilla Fellowships provide resources, tools, community and amplification to those building a more ​humane​ ​digital​ ​world. Mozilla Fellowships are a transformative experience for emerging leaders concerned with making the internet a safer, more accessible resource for everyone.

Privacy Not Included

Toys can delight and surveil. Mozilla’s Privacy Not Included guide helps people be informed about the safety of popular web connected toys.

Making the Internet of Things Yours

The release of Things 0.5 , Mozilla Hacks offers new and secure ways to control your smart home. With an experimental Internet Assistant, and growing Web Thing Types, you can innovate, safely, in your home.

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