Mozilla

Mozilla

Free software community best known for producing the firefox web browser

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Timeline

September 11, 2019

Mozilla relaunches Test Pilot, launches Firefox Private Network test.

Mozilla is relaunching the Test Pilot programme in its Firefox browser, less than a year after it closed it down.

January 1, 2005

Mozilla raises a $300,000 seed round from Mitch Kapor.

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Aakash Desai

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Abhishek Goswami

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Abrar Ahmed

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Alex Wissmann

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Alexis Bacciocco

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Jim Salter
July 22, 2020
Ars Technica
Mozilla's VPN is available now for Windows, Android, and iOS.
Mark Hachman
July 15, 2020
PCWorld
The Firefox browser developer is banking on its reputation.
Jon Brodkin
June 25, 2020
Ars Technica
Comcast/Mozilla deal follows dispute over ISP snooping and DNS encryption.
Devin Coldewey
May 14, 2020
TechCrunch
After testing the waters this spring with its incubator-esque MVP Lab, Mozilla is doubling down on the effort with a formal program dangling $75,000 investments in front of early stage companies. The focus on "a better society" and the company's open-source clout should help differentiate it from the other options out there.
Rob Thubron
May 5, 2020
TechSpot
The experimental feature, which is a Firefox add-on, allows users to simply click a Private Relay button in their browser to fill a web form with a "unique, random, anonymous" email address. Mozilla will then forward emails from the alias...
Cohen Coberly
April 8, 2020
TechSpot
The new address bar is cleaner and better optimized for smaller screens. Selecting it will pull up a one-pane suggestions interface that scales to your screen size (you don't need to type anything for this to show up). Within this...
Anthony Ha
March 24, 2020
TechCrunch
Mozilla just announced a new initiative called Firefox Better Web with Scroll, which combines the tracking protection built into its Firefox browser with the ad-free browsing experience offered by Scroll . Last year, Firefox turned on something called Enhanced Tracking Protection for all its users by default, blocking third-party cookies and crypto-mining. Scroll, meanwhile, is [...]
By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
March 5, 2020
Mail Online
Mozilla, the company behind the internet browser Firefox based in California, released the B**ch to Boss feature to raise awareness of abuse faced by women online.
Cohen Coberly
February 25, 2020
TechSpot
The rollout will take place over the course of several weeks to ensure stability, but once it's finalized, all Firefox users running the latest version of the browser will have DNS protection. In short, DoH functionality helps to obfuscate and...
Dan Goodin
January 30, 2020
Ars Technica
Firefox ousts almost 200 add-ons while Google detects a significant increase in abuse.
Alex Wilhelm
January 23, 2020
TechCrunch
Layoffs in the technology and venture-backed worlds continued today, as 23andMe confirmed to CNBC that it laid off around 100 people, or about 14% of its formerly 700-person staff. The cuts would be notable by themselves, but given how many other reductions have recently been announced, they indicate that a rolling round of belt-tightening amongst [...]
Frederic Lardinois
January 15, 2020
TechCrunch
Mozilla laid off about 70 employees today, TechCrunch has learned. In an internal memo, Mozilla chairwoman and interim CEO Mitchell Baker specifically mentions the slow rollout of the organization's new revenue-generating products as the reason for why it needed to take this decision. The overall number may still be higher, though, as Mozilla is still [...]
David Nield
December 22, 2019
Wired
Get the most out of Mozilla's Firefox browser with these tips and tricks.
Eric Hamilton
December 15, 2019
TechSpot
Following a federal court's ruling last October to uphold the Republican-led FCC's decision to rollback net neutrality protections, Mozilla vowed to keep fighting the good fight. That fight continued this past Friday, as Mozilla filed a petition for the D.C....
Catie Keck
December 4, 2019
Gizmodo
Two browsers have yanked Avast and AVG online security extensions from their web stores after a report revealed that they were unnecessarily sucking up a ton of data about users' browsing history.
Chris Merriman
December 4, 2019
http://www.theinquirer.net
Avast Behind
Frederic Lardinois
December 3, 2019
TechCrunch
Mozilla today announced that its Firefox Private Network (FPN), which lets you encrypt your Firefox connections, is now in an extended beta after a few months of relatively limited testing in the Firefox Test Pilot program. This beta, however, is only available to users in the U.S. and the free service is restricted to 12 [...]
December 2, 2019
NPR.org
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Ashley Boyd of the Mozilla Foundation about its third annual "Privacy Not Included" buyer's guide, which will help consumers shop for safe and secure connected products.
Lily Hay Newman
November 27, 2019
Wired
Black Friday is going to be overrun with cheap, internet-connected gifts. Just make sure you know exactly what you're buying.
November 19, 2019
WebWire
From November 25 to November 29 2019, and for the first time, Berlin will host the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) - an open discussion platform of the United Nations for legal, political, social and technical issues relating to the internet. Mozilla will be present with a booth - themed "Demand Better Of The Internet" - all week and our international staff will explore four key areas that we at Mozilla care about: , , , , , , • Tuesday, 26 November: Internet Health -- we'll...
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