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Mozilla statement on the Christchurch terror attack

March 15, 2019

Mozilla statement on the Christchurch terror attack


#CollateralFreedom: The project that unblocks websites censored in their own countries

by Reporters Without Borders on March 11, 2019

Reporters Without Borders is finding ways around journalistic censorship for World Against Cyber Censorship Day ( March 12)

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How TikTok Is Rewriting the World

by John Herrman on March 11, 2019

Built heavily from DNA, TikTok is a new platform gaining users quickly, but what old and new concerns come with the webs fastest growing platform


Anche l’Europa ha dei problemi con la net neutrality

by Philip Di Salvo on March 5, 2019

As Mozilla continues fighting for Net Neutrality, the EU looks to it's own future.

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Privacy Not Included

Privacy Not Included helps choose toys to delight your family without losing privacy.

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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.

Open Leadership

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