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el 22 de Junio de 2022
In a forceful open letter published today, Mozilla VP of Advocacy Ashley Boyd urges the European Commission to uphold their global leadership on net neutrality, rather than sliding backward.
As we work to further the movement for a healthy internet, we are sharing the lessons we learn so others can apply them to their own contexts.
When your employer offers you a mental health app, how much of your personal info can they see?
What would it look like to have an abundance of diversity of human languages brought to life in an interactive virtual environment?
We are recruiting fellows who develop innovative policy and regulatory solutions that can make trustworthy AI a reality.
How can AI risks be managed? Mozilla recently filed comments on NIST's AI Risk Management Framework
As the electoral clock in Kenya “Tiks” - so does widespread disinformation stoking violent, ethnic discriminatory narratives
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Mozilla’s latest *Privacy Not Included guide called out 29 mental health and prayer apps handling privacy poorly. Since then, five companies have said ‘mea culpa’ and changed their practices. But the industry as a whole remains untrustworthy.
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La antología «Violencia digital en México: el Estado vs. la sociedad civil», recientemente traducida al inglés con el título «Digital Violence in Mexico: The State Vs. Civil Society», explora el creciente uso de la vigilancia digital para prácticas opresivas y analiza el impacto de este fenómeno en los derechos humanos. Alex Argüelles, miembro de Mozilla, ha contribuido en la antología
MozFest's Ethical Dilemma Cafe was the perfect start to a new education project, “Ethics in Tech,” an interactive learning resource for primary school pupils to learn about racist, sexist, and ageist computer algorithms. We need to prepare the next generation of digital leaders to understand the dangers of biased algorithms.
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