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Advocacy When My Employer Provides My Mental Health App, How Much Data Do They Have Access To?

When your employer offers you a mental health app, how much of your personal info can they see?

Sarah Sloat

Sarah Sloat

Advocacy 22 juin 2022 Mozilla exhorte la Commission européenne à défendre la neutralité du Net

Dans une lettre ouverte percutante publiée aujourd’hui, Ashley Boyd, vice-présidente du militantisme de Mozilla, exhorte la Commission européenne à maintenir son leadership mondial en matière de neutralité du Net, plutôt que de reculer.

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy / Insights 8 juin 2022 Managing AI Risks — Mozilla Files Comments to NIST

How can AI risks be managed? Mozilla recently filed comments on NIST's AI Risk Management Framework

Maximilian Gahntz
Jenn Taylor Hodges

Maximilian Gahntz et Jenn Taylor Hodges

Advocacy 8 juin 2022 New Research: Disinformation on TikTok Gaslights Political Tensions Ahead of Kenya’s 2022 Elections

As the electoral clock in Kenya “Tiks” - so does widespread disinformation stoking violent, ethnic discriminatory narratives

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy 3 juin 2022 Getting private? Mental health and prayer apps rush to revise privacy policies

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.

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy 23 mai 2022 Dialogues And Debates: Privacy, Still, Not Included — A June 2 Virtual Panel

We talk Mozilla's *Privacy Not Included guide, this time about mental health apps

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy 10 mai 2022 Who's in control? The RegretsReporter User Controls Study

RegretsReporter is a crowdsourced investigation into YouTube’s recommendation AI. This blog post unpacks Mozilla’s RegretsReporter research methods.

Jesse McCrosky
Becca Ricks

Jesse McCrosky et Becca Ricks

Advocacy 18 mars 2022 Breaking Bias — Diverse Speech Training? For Virtual Assistants, It’s Virtually Non-Existent

Virtual assistants like Siri and Alexa don't understand us all equally, even when we're speaking the same language

Xavier Harding

Xavier Harding

Advocacy 10 février 2022 Tinder’s Pricing Algorithm Remains Opaque

Mozilla's research contributed to a fairer pricing system for Tinder users. But Tinder's decision still doesn’t solve the bigger problem our research highlighted.

Ashley Boyd

Ashley Boyd

Advocacy 8 février 2022 New Research: Tinder’s Opaque, Unfair Pricing Algorithm Can Charge Users Up to Five-Times More For Same Service

Tinder Plus users around the world must engage with an opaque and unfair personalized pricing algorithm, according to new research by Mozilla and Consumers International.

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy 2 décembre 2021 New Mozilla Tool Enlists Users to Determine if YouTube's Algorithmic Controls Actually Work

Mozilla's new browser extension fuels crowdsourced research into YouTube’s black box AI

Mozilla

Mozilla

Advocacy 22 novembre 2021 New Research: Popular Thanksgiving Recipe Apps Steal Mounds of Personal Data

Eight popular Android recipe apps are surreptitiously collecting and sharing intimate user data

Mozilla

Mozilla