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Mozilla Launches Campaign to Raise Awareness for Internet Health

The Mozilla Blog - June 14, 2017 4583

Today, Mozilla unveils several initiatives including an event focused on Internet Health with special guests DeRay McKesson, Lauren Duca and more, a brand new podcast, new tech to help create … Read more


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Mozilla Brings Virtual Reality to all Firefox Users

The Mozilla Blog - June 01, 2017 3739

We are delighted to announce that WebVR will ship on by default for all Windows users with an HTC VIVE or Oculus Rift headset in Firefox 55 (currently scheduled for … Read more


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Mozilla’s Giant, Distributed, Open-Source Hackathon

The Mozilla Blog - May 30, 2017 3451

Our annual Global Sprint is June 1 and 2. Scientists, developers, artists and educators will swap ideas and code to make the web a better place   Your skills and … Read more


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Mozilla Thimble Gets a Makeover

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Menu Categories: Share: Mozilla Thimble Gets a Makeover May 23, 2017 We’re introducing major upgrades to our educational code editor   Learning to code—from getting the hang of HTML tags to mastering the nuances of JavaScript—shouldn’t be a challenge. It should be fun, intuitive, hands-on and free of cost. That’s why Mozilla built nearly five years ago. Much like Firefox enables users to browse the web, Thimble enables users to learn the web. It’s our browser-based tool for learning to code. Today, we’re proud to announce Thimble is getting a makeover.

Improving Internet Security through Vulnerability Disclosure

The Mozilla Blog - May 17, 2017 2734

Supporting the PATCH Act for VEP Reform   Today, Mozilla sent a letter to Congress in support of the Protecting Our Ability to Counter Hacking Act (PATCH Act) that was … Read more


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WannaCry is a Cry for VEP Reform

The Mozilla Blog - May 15, 2017 2633

This weekend, a vulnerability in some versions of the Windows operating system resulted in the biggest cybersecurity attack in years. The so-called “WannaCry” malware relied on at least one exploit … Read more


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Mozilla Awards Nearly $300,000 to Research Grant Winners

The Mozilla Blog - May 10, 2017 2350

We’re happy to announce the results of the Mozilla Research Grant program for the first half of 2017. This was a competitive process, and after three rounds of judging, we … Read more


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Introducing Paperstorm: Drop Airborne Leaflets to Fix EU Copyright

The Mozilla Blog - May 09, 2017 2275

Mozilla and Moniker have created a digital advocacy tool that urges lawmakers to modernize EU copyright law   In the EU, outdated copyright law is threatening the health of the … Read more


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Why the Next 10 Days Are Critical to the Internet’s Future

The Mozilla Blog - May 08, 2017 2232

Menu Categories: Share: Why the Next 10 Days Are Critical to the Internet’s Future May 8, 2017 Net neutrality is in jeopardy again. We need another grassroots movement   By , VP Advocacy A little over two years ago, the mood here at Mozilla — and across the broader Internet health movement — was jubilant. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) . The February 2015 milestone was a major victory for those who believe the Internet is a global public resource that belongs to all users, not select corporations.