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  • Menu
  • Home
  • About
  • Lightbeam for Firefox
  • Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that uses interactive visualizations to show you the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web.
  • Shine a Light on Who’s Watching You
  • See who’s tracking you online
  • As you browse, Lightbeam reveals the full depth of the Web today, including parts that are not transparent to the average user.
  • Download Lightbeam for Firefox
  • Get it from Mozilla Add-Ons
  • How Lightbeam Works
  • Download and run the Lightbeam add-on in your Firefox browser.
  • Lightbeam will create a record of events for every site you visit and every third party site that is stored locally on your browser.
  • Lightbeam visually graphs these events to highlight the interactions between sites you intentionally visit and the third parties.
  • Lightbeam will continue to add to your graph as you browse the Web. You can stop Lightbeam at any time by disabling it or uninstalling the add-on. Your Lightbeam data can be easily saved or deleted.
  • Tracking & privacy
  • Not all tracking is bad. Many services rely on user data to provide relevant content and enhance your online experience.
  • But tracking can happen without the user’s knowledge.
  • That’s not okay for some.
  • It should be you who decides when, how and if you want your browsing data to be shared. We recognize the importance of transparency and our mission is all about empowering users — both with tools and information.
  • Explore the database
  • In the Lightbeam database, you will be able to browse first and third-party connection data uploaded by donors who use the Lightbeam add-on.
  • We’re building this crowd-sourced directory to encourage users to visualize the state of tracking as an aggregate and to examine relationships that exist on the Web.
  • Visualize your data
  • After you download and install the Lightbeam add-on to Firefox, it will begin to create a real time visualization of the websites you visit and all the third parties that are also active on those pages.
  • Analyze your connections
  • As your visualizations grow, you can take a closer look into the relationships between the various first and third party sites that are stored in your data. You can also reset or save your data at any time.
  • Contribute your data
  • As a part of Lightbeam, we are creating a big-picture view of Internet tracking and of how first and third party sites are connected.
  • To help us, you can contribute your data to our Lightbeam database.
  • Supported by the Ford Foundation
  • The work at the Ford Foundation focuses on building outreach campaigns to help people understand online data tracking — both the benefits and the issues
  • Learn more
  • About Lightbeam
  • Lightbeam visualizes the relationships between the sites you visit and the third party sites that are active on those pages.
  • How the add-on works
  • Using two distinct interactive graphic representations — Graph and List — Lightbeam enables you to examine individual third parties, identify where they connect to your online activity and provides ways for you to engage with this unique view of the Web.
  • Using three distinct interactive graphic representations — Graph, Clock and List — Lightbeam enables you to examine individual third parties over time and space, identify where they connect to your online activity and provides ways for you to engage with this unique view of the Web.
  • The default Graph view provides a real time visualization of every site you visit and all third party requests made from your browser.
  • The Graph view also provides adjustable filters that allow you to visualize more types of data at a glance.
  • The List view provides more options for drilling down into individual sites.
  • Site preferences in the List view enable you to block sites from connecting to your Firefox browser, watch sites you’re interested in or hide sites you don’t want to see visualized.
  • Lightbeam also offers an information panel that provides additional details about the site you selected and the sites it has connected to.
  • The origins of Lightbeam
  • Lightbeam began in July 2011 as Collusion, a personal project by Mozilla software developer <a href="%s">Atul Varma</a>.
  • Inspired by the book, <em>The Filter Bubble</em>, Atul created an experimental add-on to visualize browsing behavior and data collection on the Web.
  • In February 2012, Gary Kovacs, Mozilla CEO at the time, introduced the Collusion add-on in a <a href="%s">TED talk</a> (now one of the most watched TED talks of all time) about exposing online tracking.
  • In September 2012, Mozilla joined forces with faculty and student researchers at <a href="%s">Emily Carr University of Art + Design</a> to develop and implement visualizations for the add-on.
  • With the support of the Ford Foundation and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), Collusion has been re-imagined as Lightbeam and was launched in the fall of 2013.
  • To read more about the collaboration, please visit <a href="{url}">{url}</a>
  • Policy and the larger tracking narrative
  • At Mozilla, we believe that everyone should have the tools to make their own decisions about their online privacy and who collects data on them.
  • With the Lightbeam add-on, we are providing a valuable (and open) community research platform that aims to raise awareness, promote analysis and, ultimately, affect policy change in the areas of tracking and privacy.
  • Lightbeam is one step in a larger, concerted effort by Mozilla and its partners to provide Web users with greater control and transparency of their personal data.
  • Learn more about online tracking and privacy
  • The <a href="%s">Mozilla Foundation</a> is a non-profit organization that promotes the values of an open Web to the broader world. The larger Mozilla community sees the growing relevance of online privacy and is supporting several initiatives that tackle the issue in various ways.
  • Data formats in Lightbeam
  • Visit our <a href="%s">documentation on Github</a> to learn more about the file formats used in Lightbeam.
  • Visit our <a href="%s">documentation on Github</a> to learn more about the file formats used in Lightbeam and to see details of the data that is uploaded if you opt in to contribute data.
  • Partners of Lightbeam
  • The <a href="%s">Ford Foundation</a> is a non-profit organization that focuses on the mission of advancing human welfare.
  • They provide support for companies and institutions devoted to strengthening democratic values, reducing poverty and social injustice, supporting human achievement and fostering international co-operation.
  • The <a href="%s">Social + Interactive Media (SIM) Centre</a> at Emily Carr University of Art + Design supports a wide range of projects in design and media, giving companies direct access to the innovative thinking, design skills and research expertise of British Columbia’s most creative faculty and students.

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  • History of the Mozilla Project
  • The Mozilla project was <a href="%(coderush)s">created in 1998</a> with the <a href="%(sourcerelease)s">release of the Netscape browser suite source code</a>.
  • It was intended to harness the creative power of thousands of programmers on the Internet and fuel unprecedented levels of innovation in the browser market.
  • Within the <a href="%(firstyear)s">first year</a>, new community members from around the world had already contributed new functionality, enhanced existing features and became engaged in the management and planning of the project itself.
  • By creating an open community, the Mozilla project had become <a href="%(stevecase)s">larger than any one company</a>.
  • Community members got involved and expanded the scope of the project’s <a href="%(mission)s">original mission</a> — instead of just working on Netscape’s next browser, people started creating <a href="%(browsers)s">a variety of browsers</a>, <a href="%(bugzilla)s">development tools</a> and a range of other <a href="%(projects)s">projects</a>.
  • People contributed to Mozilla in different ways, but everyone was passionate about creating free software that would enable people to have a choice in how they experienced the Internet.
  • After several years of development, <a href="%(mozilla1)s">Mozilla 1.0</a>, the first major version, was released in 2002. This version featured many improvements to the browser, email client and other applications included in the suite, but not many people were using it.
  • By 2002, <a href="%(over90)s">well over 90%% of Internet users</a> were browsing with Internet Explorer.
  • Not many people noticed at the time, but the first version of Phoenix (later renamed to Firefox) was also released by Mozilla community members that year with the goal of providing the <a href="%(charter)s">best possible browsing experience</a> to the widest possible set of people.
  • In 2003, the Mozilla project created the Mozilla Foundation, an <a href="%(foundation)s">independent non-profit organization</a> supported by individual donors and a variety of companies.
  • The new Mozilla Foundation continued the role of managing the daily operations of the project and also officially took on the role of promoting <a href="%(manifesto)s">openness, innovation and opportunity</a> on the Internet.
  • It did this by continuing to release software, such as Firefox and Thunderbird, and expanding to new areas, such as providing <a href="%(grants)s">grants</a> to support accessibility improvements on the Web.
  • <a href="%(firefox1)s">Firefox 1.0</a> was released in 2004 and became a big success — in less than a year, it was downloaded <a href="%(millions)s">over 100 million times</a>.
  • New versions of Firefox have come out regularly since then and keep setting new records. The popularity of Firefox has helped bring choice back to users.
  • The renewed competition has <a href="%(innovation)s">accelerated innovation</a> and improved the Internet for everyone.
  • In 2013, we launched <a href="%(firefoxos)s">Firefox OS</a> to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • Mozilla also celebrated its 15th anniversary in 2013.
  • The community has shown that commercial companies can benefit by collaborating in open source projects and that great end user products can be produced as open source software.
  • More people than ever before are using the Internet and are experiencing it <a href="%(all)s">in their own language</a>.
  • A sustainable organization has been created that uses market mechanisms to support a public benefit mission and this model has been reused by others to create open, transparent and collaborative organizations in a <a href="%(range)s">broad range</a> <a href="%(areas)s">of areas</a>.
  • The future is full of challenges and opportunities equal to those of our past.
  • There’s no guarantee that the Internet will remain open or enjoyable or safe.
  • Mozilla will continue to provide an opportunity for people to make their voices heard and to shape their own online lives.
  • Of course, we’re not alone in doing this.
  • The Mozilla community, together with other open source projects and other public benefit organizations, exists only because of the people who are engaged in making our common goals a reality.
  • If you want to join us in our mission, please <a href="%(contribute)s">get involved</a>.
  • For more information about Mozilla’s history, see the following:
  • Mozilla Bookmarks
  • Timeline of Mozilla Project
  • Mozilla Digital Memory Bank
  • <a href="%(link)s">The History of Firefox and Mozilla Posters</a> (available in English and Japanese)

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  • Looking back. Looking ahead.
  • Mozilla exists to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Internet.
  • Take a closer look at who we are, including some of our biggest achievements and milestones.
  • Previous
  • Next
  • The Mozilla Project launched at Netscape on March 31, 1998, to offer choice to users and drive innovation on the Web.
  • Proudly non-profit, Mozilla makes products like Firefox with a mission to keep the power of the Web in the hands of users everywhere.
  • More than 10,000 contributors expressed their support for our mission by paying for a full-page ad in <cite>The New York Times</cite> on the day Firefox 1.0 launched in 2004.
  • Today Mozilla has contributors on every continent, including Antarctica (where Firefox is used by 80% of people).
  • Firefox Add-Ons allow you to customize and take control of your Web experience. Nearly 4 billion of them have been downloaded by users so far.
  • Firefox Add-Ons allow you to customize and take control of your Web experience. Over 3 billion of them have been downloaded by users so far.
  • Mozilla is leading the way in online privacy with browser innovations like Do Not Track and Lightbeam that give users greater control of their personal data.
  • Our global community has helped translate Firefox into over 70 languages, making the browser available to more than 90% of the world's population.
  • In 2008, 8,002,530 people chose Firefox in a single day to set a Guinness World Record for “Most Downloads of a Software Application in 24 Hours.”
  • The Mozilla Festival is our largest annual event, bringing together hundreds of creative minds to realize the full power and potential of the Web.
  • Mozilla Webmaker works to create a more Web-literate planet, providing tools and projects to help people take greater control of their online lives.
  • Firefox for Android brings the Firefox desktop browsing experience to phones and tablets. Available on Google Play, it has been downloaded more than 80 million times.
  • Mozilla leads the Open Badges program, an online standard that helps people gain recognition for 21st century skills and unlock new career opportunities.
  • The Mozilla Developer Network is a community-driven Web resource that provides the best documentation, tutorials and tools available to more than 2 million visitors each month.
  • Mozilla works to care for and preserve the Web as a shared public resource for the benefit of everyone.
  • In 2013, Mozilla launched Firefox OS to unleash the full power of the Web on smartphones and once again offer control and choice to a new generation of people coming online.
  • The work Mozilla does is made possible thanks to tens of thousands of volunteers who believe the Web should remain open and accessible to all.
  • About Mozilla
  • A look at our projects, products and principles
  • More history
  • Where we came from and how we got to where we are
  • Governance
  • Our organization, structure and broader community

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  • Mozilla Leadership
  • Our leadership team is made up of both paid staff and volunteers who represent a breadth of experience and expertise in building products that people love and empowering communities to make a significant impact on the project and in the world.
  • While these teams have different day-to-day responsibilities and areas of focus, they are all guided by our non-profit, open-source, community-based mission, identity and values.
  • Management Teams
  • Mozilla Reps Council
  • Boards of Directors
  • Mozilla Corporation
  • Executive Chairwoman
  • Steering Committee
  • Mozillians profile
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Interim CTO and VP, Platform Engineering
  • Chief Finance Officer
  • SVP, Business and Legal Affairs
  • Chief Technology Officer
  • Chief of Staff and SVP of Operations
  • VP, Content Services
  • Chief Marketing Officer
  • VP and General Manager, Firefox
  • VP, Brand Engagement
  • VP, Product Strategy
  • VP, Information Technology
  • VP, Platform Engineering
  • Mozilla Foundation
  • President and Executive Director
  • Website
  • VP, People
  • Interim VP, Fundraising
  • VP, Product
  • VP, Learning
  • VP, Operations
  • Chair
  • The Mozilla Reps Council is composed of volunteer Mozillians who function as official representatives of Mozilla in their region or locale. The council provides the general vision for the Mozilla Reps Program and oversees day-to-day operations globally.

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  • Volunteer Opportunities at Mozilla
  • Menu
  • Why<br> volunteer
  • Find<br> an event
  • Meet<br> Mozillians
  • Get involved
  • Your country
  • I live in&hellip;
  • Volunteer with Mozilla!
  • active Mozillians worldwide
  • upcoming events around the globe
  • languages and counting, on every continent
  • Join a global community of game-changers.
  • Volunteer as much as you like. Or as little.<br> It’s totally up to you.
  • Share your skills and pick up<br> a few new ones along the way.
  • Volunteering with Mozilla&hellip;
  • is about more than lending a hand. It’s about learning, collaborating and sharing your skills with a global community of Mozillians — coders, organizers, activists and more — who help shape the Web every day.
  • See our community in action
  • How Mozillians help every day
  • Spain &middot; Activism
  • Philippines &middot; Activism
  • Switzerland &middot; Coding
  • India &middot; Teaching
  • Read his story
  • Read her story
  • Want to get involved? Here’s how.
  • Choose what interests you and tell us how you’d like to help
  • Stand by for an email that will connect you to the Mozilla community
  • Create your Mozillians account and share your contributions with the world
  • Get started
  • Not ready to dive in just yet?
  • Here are a few other ways you can support Mozilla right now.
  • Donate to Mozilla
  • Read our Manifesto
  • Like us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Upcoming event
  • See all events
  • Communicate
  • Mozilla communities
  • Mailing lists
  • IRC channels
  • More links
  • Submit Firefox feedback
  • Explore Mozilla careers
  • Get help with Firefox
  • Subscribe to community events
  • Get community updates
  • Mozillian Stories
  • More
  • Less
  • Read more Mozillian stories
  • Discover even more stories on Twitter with <a href="%(link_hashtag)s">#IAmAMozillian</a>
  • More coming soon
  • Get Involved: Volunteer Opportunities at Mozilla
  • To get started, tell us what interests you.
  • Choose one for now. You can always contribute to other areas later.
  • Where would you like to get started?
  • Coding
  • More about coding
  • Contribute code to a whole range of Mozilla products, including Firefox and Firefox OS.
  • Testing
  • More about testing
  • Help make the Mozilla products you use — and love — even better.
  • Writing
  • More about writing
  • Lend your voice to Mozilla — from blogging and social media to providing technical documents for users and developers.
  • Teaching
  • More about teaching
  • Share your skills with a community that’s eager to learn. Take advantage of our free tools, teaching resources and events.
  • Helping
  • More about helping
  • Provide support to users who need it and help everyone get the most out of their Mozilla products.
  • Translating
  • More about translating
  • Help make Mozilla stuff available in other languages. Translate everything from newsletters and websites to copy for Firefox and Firefox OS.
  • Activism
  • More about activism
  • Get involved with our opportunities to support freedom, security and privacy on the open Web.
  • I don’t know
  • More about how you can contribute
  • Not sure how you want to help? No problem. We can find the appropriate contribution activity for you.
  • Now tell us a little about yourself:
  • Name
  • Email address
  • Country
  • select
  • Why do you want to be a Mozilla volunteer?
  • (Optional)
  • I’m okay with Mozilla handling my info as explained in <a href="%(privacy)s">this Privacy Policy</a>
  • Start contributing
  • Sign me up for community updates
  • (English)
  • What particular area?
  • What would you like to code?
  • What would you like to test?
  • What would you like to translate?
  • What would you like to write?
  • What would you like to teach?
  • Firefox
  • Firefox OS
  • Websites
  • Firefox add-ons
  • HTML5 apps
  • Diagnosing Web compatibility issues
  • Online services
  • Firefox and Firefox OS
  • Web compatibility
  • Product localization
  • Website localization
  • I’d like to work on localization tools
  • Social media
  • Journalism
  • Technical docs for users
  • Technical docs for developers
  • Technical docs for Firefox add-ons
  • Technical docs for HTML5 apps
  • Teach the Web (Webmaker)
  • Open News fellowships
  • Hive - Community networks of educators/mentors
  • Open Web science research
  • Community Events
  • Find events
  • By city, country, or event:
  • By date:
  • month
  • year
  • Date
  • Event
  • Location
  • City
  • Events
  • Thank you!
  • Thanks!
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in coding and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in testing and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in writing and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in teaching and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in helping and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in translating and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in activism and can’t wait to get you started.
  • We’re thrilled to see that you’re interested in volunteering and can’t wait to get you started.
  • Keep an eye on your inbox for an important message from us.
  • Hello!
  • Your Name
  • In the meantime&hellip;
  • You can help by picking an easy task that only takes a few minutes &mdash; or take on a bigger challenge.
  • Choose a Task Now
  • Help us tell the world how awesome Firefox is and about all the important work Mozilla does every day.
  • Join Now
  • You can create your Mozillians account now to connect with fellow Mozillians.
  • Yes, create my Mozillians account
  • You will be asked to sign in before proceeding
  • No thanks, I’ll just wait for the email
  • Area of interest?
  • Helping Users
  • Testing and QA
  • Marketing
  • Localization and Translation
  • Web Development
  • Firefox Marketplace
  • Add-ons
  • Visual Design
  • Documentation and Writing
  • Education
  • Other
  • Hi, I’m interested in…
  • Send us a note and we can get you started right away.
  • I have a suggestion for Firefox
  • I need help with a Firefox issue
  • Please enter a valid email address.
  • You must agree to the privacy policy.
  • Please select an area of interest.
  • Please tell us more about your interests.

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  • Meet Mozillians from all around the world. Learn about the projects they’ve worked on and see what they’re currently helping with.
  • Meet a few more Mozillians
  • Read their stories here and discover even more on Twitter with <a href="%(link_hashtag)s">#IAmAMozillian</a>
  • Mozillian Stories
  • Hi, I’m <b class="name">Rubén</b>, a Mozillian in <b class="country">Spain</b>
  • I’ve been collaborating with the Mozilla community since 2004, helping with website localization, QA, user support and community marketing. I’ve also helped organize events in Spain and performed IT tasks within the Mozilla Hispano community.
  • I’m currently helping with:
  • Mozilla.org localization
  • Firefox OS launch in Spain
  • Mozilla Hispano mentorship program
  • Community events
  • Hi, I’m <b class="name">Faye</b>, a Mozillian in <b class="country">the Philippines</b>
  • I went to my first local Mozilla event in 2011 and was inspired to do more by all the amazing people I met and got to know. And now, I am the Mozilla Philippines Community Manager.
  • Webmaker
  • WoMoz
  • Firefox Student Ambassadors
  • Community Building
  • My passion is for organizing local Webmaker and WoMoz (Women in Mozilla) community events where I can train others and help them develop their skills. I also help out with the Firefox Student Ambassadors program and Community Building.
  • My favorite part of being a Mozillian is the global community. I like to think of us as a “family” where we accept each other openly and are free to speak our minds while we work together.
  • Hi, I’m <b class="name">Shreyas</b>, a Mozillian in <b class="country">India</b>
  • I’m a Webmaker Super Mentor who’s passionate about building a more open Web. I love any chance to bring my community together — whether it’s through MozCafes, teaching opportunities or just getting together to talk about projects.
  • KidZilla
  • MozCafes
  • Maker Party
  • One thing I’m most proud of in my time as a Mozillian is “KidZilla,” a project that I initiated to educate underprivileged students about the basics of computers and the Internet.
  • I’m also an avid writer — if you work in Communications or PR, feel free to get in touch with me. I would love to work on something. And if you ever want to talk about Webmaking and teaching, I’m always available.
  • Hi, I’m <b class="name">Michael</b>, a Mozillian in <b class="country">Switzerland</b>
  • I started contributing Firefox patches as a teenager in 2008. Four years later, I decided to officially become a Mozilla Rep and have been helping to build the Mozilla Switzerland community ever since.
  • Hack-a-thons
  • In addition to organizing community events in Switzerland, I also coordinate events in Germany and Austria, making me one of only a few Mozillians to help pull off events in three different countries — all within a couple of months of each other.
  • My goal now is to keep growing our global community through localization (translation), hacking and Webmaker projects. If you’re interested, please get in touch.

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  • Get smart on privacy
  • Feel like you’ve lost control of how your information is used online?
  • Here are 4 easy steps to raising your privacy IQ & protecting yourself online.
  • In four easy steps
  • 1
  • ASK
  • 2
  • LEARN
  • 3
  • ACT
  • 4
  • DISCUSS
  • How important is privacy to you?
  • Before we get into understanding privacy and share some of our favorite related tips and tools with you, take a moment to ask yourself how important privacy is to you.
  • If you haven’t given it much thought before, your answer might surprise you.
  • 91<sup>%</sup>
  • of adults think that consumers have lost control over how their personal information is used by companies
  • 61<sup>%</sup>
  • say they <em>“would like to do more”</em> to protect their privacy
  • (stats from Pew Research Internet Project)
  • Privacy is at the heart of freedom and autonomy…
  • It’s up to all of us to get involved and speak up so that it stays that way.
  • — Michelle De Mooy, Deputy Director, Consumer Privacy Project at the Center for Democracy & Technology
  • LEARN MORE ABOUT PRIVACY
  • Understanding privacy
  • While the Internet provides countless ways for us to share and connect, it can also open our personal information to others.
  • Understanding privacy on the Web is the biggest step to being able to take better control of it.
  • “But I have nothing to hide”
  • This is a common misperception, but the truth is we all have things we don’t want everyone to know about.
  • It’s why we use passwords and PINs on our bank, email and social media accounts. For more, watch <a href="%s">Glenn Greenwald’s TED Talk, “Why Privacy Matters.”</a>
  • Watch “Why Privacy Matters”
  • WATCH “WHY PRIVACY MATTERS”
  • Shine a light on who’s watching you
  • Another key to understanding privacy is to know who’s tracking your online behaviour.
  • If you’re a Firefox user, be sure to check out <a href="%s">Lightbeam</a>.
  • It’s a simple and insightful add-on that reveals the full depth of the Web today, including parts that are not transparent to the average user.
  • Learn more about Lightbeam
  • Our online houses are becoming increasingly built of glass… visible to whoever wants to look.
  • Let’s ask ourselves: Do we want to live in a house or a fishbowl?
  • — Mitchell Baker, Mozilla
  • ASK YOURSELF ABOUT PRIVACY
  • TAKE ACTION
  • What you can do
  • To help put you in control of your privacy, Mozilla has implemented a number of privacy features in Firefox.
  • But even if you’re not a Firefox user there are a lot of simple things you can do to help keep yourself in control of your personal information online.
  • Privacy Features in Firefox
  • DO NOT TRACK
  • With this feature enabled, Firefox will tell advertising networks, websites and applications that you want to opt-out of tracking for purposes like behavioral advertising.
  • FORGET BUTTON
  • Want to delete your recent activity?
  • Firefox makes it easy with the Forget button.
  • Clear your history, from 5 minutes to 24 hours, in a single click.
  • DUCKDUCKGO
  • A pre-installed search option in Firefox, DuckDuckGo gives you search results without tracking who you are or what you search for.
  • PRIVACY ADD-ONS
  • For even more more ways to protect your privacy on Firefox, check out our privacy add-ons collection.
  • Easy ways anyone can protect their privacy
  • Stay Safe Online has several guides that can help, including social networking and mobile privacy tips and an easy reference for updating your privacy settings on the services many of us use every day.
  • Stay safe on the go
  • Protect yourself on social networks
  • Check your privacy settings
  • Each of us should have a meaningful choice about where and how our data is stored and managed.
  • BE PART OF THE DISCUSSION
  • Start a conversation
  • At Mozilla, empowering people to be in control of their online lives is an important part of our mission — it guides our <a href="%s">principles</a> and it’s why we want everyone to be smart on privacy.
  • If you’re feeling smarter already, share what you’ve learned here with your friends and family.
  • It’s as easy as starting a conversation.
  • Here are some questions you can ask to get the ball rolling:
  • When you think about your online life, does privacy matter to you, and why?
  • How much do you think about who has access to your online data (advertisers, corporations, governments, etc.)?
  • How do you protect and manage your personal information on social networks? On your phone?
  • Spread the word
  • Share this site
  • I’m taking control of my online privacy. Here’s how you can, too: #SmartOnPrivacy
  • Feeling smart on privacy? <b>Share this site</b> with your friends and help them raise their awareness too.
  • Individuals’ security and privacy on the Internet are fundamental and must not be treated as optional.
  • — Mozilla Manifesto

Tip: if it is normal that a string is identical to the English one for your language, just add {ok} to your string and it will no longer be listed as "identical" Example:

;Plugins
Plugins {ok}

sloganslang

Repository: https://svn.mozilla.org/projects/granary/slogans/ko/

TODO

firefoxos.lang

Identical Trans. Missing Errors
3 1 0 0
Original English source file
Your translated file
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Strings identical to English:

  • Look Ahead
  • Be the Future
  • Blaze Your Own Path

Tip: if it is normal that a string is identical to the English one for your language, just add {ok} to your string and it will no longer be listed as "identical" Example:

;Plugins
Plugins {ok}

google-playlang

Repository: https://github.com/mozilla-l10n/appstores/tree/master/ko/

TODO

description_page.lang

Identical Trans. Missing Errors
69 1 0 0
Original English source file
Your translated file
Attach your updated file to Bugzilla

Strings identical to English:

  • Fast. Free. Uniquely yours. Browse the Web your way with Firefox.
  • Sync
  • Bring your passwords, bookmarks, open tabs and more everywhere you go.
  • Add-ons
  • Customize your Home panels with the Web content you want.
  • Quick Share
  • The most adaptive way to share anything.
  • Private Browsing
  • Browse the Web without any of your history being remembered.
  • Guest Browsing
  • Share your browser with friends and keep your data private.
  • Reader Mode
  • Clear website clutter to make articles easier to read.
  • Home Panels
  • Display your Home panels in any order you like.
  • Custom Search
  • Add any search engine and make it your default.
  • Language Display
  • Change your browser language quickly and easily.
  • Send to Device
  • Stream video content from your device to your TV.
  • We make it Firefox. You make it your own.
  • Meet our most customizable Android browser yet.
  • Fast, smart and safe, the official Firefox for Android browser from Mozilla offers more ways than ever to make your mobile browsing experience uniquely yours.
  • FAST.
  • Access, browse and search the Web at blazing speeds.
  • SMART.
  • Share and search just how you like, and keep your favorite Web content a tap away with our most customizable and intuitive features yet.
  • SAFE.
  • Make sure your browsing stays safe and private with extensive security settings, add-ons and features like Do Not Track.
  • Key Features:
  • Customizable Home Panels:
  • Customize and display your Home panels however you like. Add new Web content any time and access your favorite feeds — like Instagram and Pocket Hits — instantly.
  • Sync:
  • Sync your Firefox desktop tabs, history, bookmarks and passwords to all your devices and streamline your browsing.
  • Add-ons:
  • Customize your Web browser just the way you like it with add-ons including Ad-Blocker, Password Manager and more.
  • Speed:
  • Get to the Internet faster, with quick startup and page load times.
  • Accessibility:
  • Over 59 supported languages can be easily selected through the browser settings.
  • HTML5:
  • Experience the unlimited possibilities of the Internet on mobile with support for HTML5 and Web APIs.
  • Mobile Video:
  • Firefox for Android has mobile video support for a wide range of video formats, including h.264.
  • Keep your browsing safe and private. Control your privacy, security and how much data you share on the Web.
  • For a complete list of features, check out {{features_link}}
  • Learn more about Firefox for Android:
  • Have questions or need help? Visit {{support_link}}
  • Read about Firefox permissions: {{permission_link}}
  • Learn more about what’s up at Mozilla: {{blog_link}}
  • Like Firefox on Facebook: {{facebook_link}}
  • Follow Firefox on Twitter: {{twitter_link}}
  • Curious about add-ons? Check them out on {{amo_link}} :
  • Browsing:
  • Adblock Plus, AutoPager, Full Screen mobile and more
  • Security:
  • LastPass Password Manager, NoScript, Dr. Web LinkChecker and more
  • Reading:
  • AutoPager, X-Notifier lite and more
  • Watching:
  • Low Quality Flash, ProxTube and more
  • Social Networks:
  • Shareaholic, Foursquare and more
  • ABOUT MOZILLA
  • Mozilla is a proudly non-profit organization dedicated to keeping the power of the Web in people's hands.
  • We're a global community of users, contributors and developers working to innovate on your behalf.
  • When you use Firefox, you become a part of that community, helping us build a brighter future for the Web.
  • Learn more at {{mozilla_org_link}}.

Tip: if it is normal that a string is identical to the English one for your language, just add {ok} to your string and it will no longer be listed as "identical" Example:

;Plugins
Plugins {ok}