Congratulations to Mozilla’s Thimble Code Editor For Being Recognized as “GameChanger” for Education!

Teaching has always been an important piece of what Mozilla does — right down to the first few thousand people who built Firefox, and then installed it on their friends’ and families’ computers, explaining why it was different. Several years … Continue reading

25 Years of Human Potential

The World Wide Web is the greatest tool for knowledge sharing and collaboration we have ever seen. In the 25 years it has existed — only a third of a modern lifespan– the Web has affected almost every aspect of … Continue reading

The BBC and Mozilla formalize partnership for web skills in the UK

Today we’re excited to announce the formalization of our partnership with the BBC to support free and open internet technologies. While the BBC and Mozilla have been working together on digital skills for some time—the BBC’s Connected Studios regularly run … Continue reading

Live What You Love: Mozilla Firefox & The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing

Firefox connects you with your passions via the Web, whether it be music, entertainment, lifestyle or sports. That’s why we are excited to announce that Mozilla is sponsoring the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, the world’s premier series of professional … Continue reading

Happy Ninth Birthday Firefox!

Mozilla created Firefox to be an amazingly fun, safe and fast Web browser that embodies the values of our mission to promote openness, innovation and opportunity online. In the nine years since we first launched Firefox, we have moved and … Continue reading

Mozilla and Partners Prepare to Launch First Firefox OS Smartphones!

First Open Web Devices Powered by Firefox OS Make Smartphones More Accessible; Regional announcements coming soon Mountain View, Calif. – July 1, 2013 – Mozilla, the mission-based organization dedicated to keeping the power of the Web in people’s hands, today … Continue reading

Personalization with Respect

Mozilla’s mission compels us to provide people with an Internet experience that puts them in control of their online lives and that treats them with respect. Respecting someone includes respecting their privacy. We aspire to a “no surprises” principle: the … Continue reading

Brazil’s groundbreaking Internet Civil Rights Bill needs support!

Here at Mozilla, we believe the Internet is a global public resource that must remain open and accessible. We believe in the importance of balancing the commercial goals of the Internet against those for the public benefit. Brazil’s Internet Bill … Continue reading

Mozilla Unlocks the Power of the Web on Mobile with Firefox OS

Mozilla is excited to share that today 18 operators at Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona announced their commitment to Firefox OS, which will power the world’s first Open Web Devices. These operators include: América Móvil, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, … Continue reading

Mozilla in 2012

2012 was an incredible year for Mozilla. We mobilized. We did a better job than I have ever seen us do identifying the places where we needed to have impact, and then we focused and delivered. There’s a lot for … Continue reading

Why is ITU Governance of the Internet a Bad Idea?

We, along with many other Internet denizens, have serious concerns about the World Congress on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12), which the International Telecommunications Union will convene today in Dubai. Our concerns stem from the core belief that openness, innovation, and opportunity … Continue reading

The ITU and You

The Internet has always been guided forwards by collaborative, open approaches. We believe that these approaches are one of the reasons why the Web has become and remained the wonderful, powerful and empowering place we know today. In the coming … Continue reading

Is the pending German Copyright Bill good or bad for the Web?

A new copyright bill pending approval by the German Parliament would require search engines and other commercial actors to pay a license for using headlines or short snippets from their articles. The publishers essentially want a piece of the revenue … Continue reading

Firefox Add-ons Cross More Than 3 Billion Downloads!

We are excited to announce that we just crossed more than 3 billion downloads* of Firefox Add-ons! That’s almost half of the world’s population and more than the number of people on the Internet today. Mozilla introduced add-ons to the … Continue reading

Customize Firefox to Show Support for Your Country

Mozilla Firefox is a global community of passionate people working together to make the Web better. This summer, athletes from around the world are coming together to support and represent their countries in a global competition. To celebrate the spirit … Continue reading

Mozilla Testifies at US Senate Commerce Hearing on Do Not Track

On Thursday, Mozilla participated in the US Senate Commerce Committee hearing on Do Not Track. The purpose of the hearing was to explore whether voluntary self-regulation efforts of the ad industry are sufficient to negate the need for legislative action. … Continue reading

Do Not Track Gains More Support around the Web

Editor’s Note: Mozilla today announced updated user and industry adoption of Do Not Track. Check out the blog post from Alex Fowler, Mozilla Global Privacy and Policy Lead. Excerpt below. Mozilla introduced the Do Not Track header last year to … Continue reading

Windows on ARM Users Need Browser Choice Too

For the past eight years, users and developers have enjoyed a Windows platform environment that offered users a choice of browsers to navigate their digital lives.  It wasn’t always that way. Prior to the launch of Firefox in 2004, there … Continue reading