Internet Health Report 2019 : Privacy and Security

The internet is where we could live, love, learn and communicate freely. To be ourselves, we need to be able to trust the systems that protect us.

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The 2019 Internet Health Report – What’s Inside

by Mozilla on April 24, 2019

The Internet Health Report is live, in more ways than one


Ransomware payments add up

April 25, 2019

The money being paid to protect and get data back is partially obscured but the amount’s aren’t. It’s expensive


Coordinating complaints for data privacy in Europe

by Mozilla on April 24, 2019

How the GDPR is challenging established practices of some of the biggest technology companies in the world

The Ringer

Does Femtech Give Users Control of Their Health or Take It Away?

by Molly McHugh on March 18, 2019

What are the concerns and limitations of "femtech"- data gathering apps that let people with periods track them?

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Internet Health Report

Is the Internet getting healthier? Is it under threat? Do we all have a voice on the web? Mozilla’s Internet Health Report is an open source initiative that combines research from multiple sources to document what’s healthy and unhealthy.

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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.

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Go beyond code. Learn the skills to grow your idea and change the world.

Trustable Technology Mark

A trustmark for the Internet of Things (IoT): This mark empowers consumers to make informed decisions & enables companies to prove their connected products are trustworthy.

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We want to give users the knowledge and the power to make informed decisions by themselves to prevent abusive practices.

Rishab Nithyanand, Mozilla Fellow