$2.5m-a-year CEO set to take a pay cut, so that's all right, then
Long ago we voiced the expectation that one day online life would become indivisible from real life – we have reached that point, writes Mitchell Baker
Former and current Mozilla engineers are reaching their boiling points.
An ode to Thimble and a look to the future
I didn’t think I was that important. I’m just one small part of one small space in one small corner of the world. I never realized the work I do was helping to build a healthier interne…
Some interesting projects listed here that would be worth looking into.
Anyone who isn’t an expert on the internet would be hard-pressed to explain how tracking on the internet actually works. Some of the negative effects of unchecked tracking are easy to notice, namely eerily-specific targeted advertising and a loss of performance on the web. However, many of the harms of unchecked data collection are completely opaque to users and experts alike, only to be revealed piecemeal by major data breaches. In the near future, Firefox will — by default — protect users by blocking tracking while also offering a clear set of controls to give our users more choice over what information they share with sites.
We are excited to announce that the Mozilla Corporation has completed the acquisition of Read It Later, Inc. the developers of Pocket.