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  • Mozilla‘s vision of the Internet is a place where anyone can access information, a place where everyone can hack and tinker; one that has openness, freedom and transparency; where users have control over their personal data and where all minds have the freedom to create and to consume without walls or tight restrictions.
  • Mozilla is mobilized to ensure the protection of the Web and to empower tomorrow’s webmakers and Web users. Today, Mozilla is growing — with more employees, contributors, products and locations — to ensure that the Web remains an open, vibrant ecosystem. Because, the Web is the platform for building the world we want.
  • Please explore this site to learn more about Mozilla, our priorities and focus areas that enable us to ensure the healthy growth of this large and precious global resource.
  • Mozilla is mobilizing millions of people to build the world they want. Mobilizing to set the mobile Web free from proprietary platforms and gatekeepers. Mobilizing to empower the world's next two billion Web users. And mobilizing to build a new generation of digital innovators, creators and webmakers.
  • Moving forward we will continue to focus on building products, technology solutions and educational offerings that incorporate Mozilla values into the Web. Today, Mozilla’s mission remains as important as ever. From Firefox through Firefox OS to our new Mozilla Webmaker educational offering, the goal is empowerment. It’s about unlocking the full creative power of mobile; standing up for user sovereignty, privacy and freedom; and helping millions of people move from using the Web to actively building its future.
  • Just like we did on the desktop, Mozilla is setting out to ensure that the mobile Web is full of freedom, choice and opportunity and that it has the ability for users to create anything they want. With <a href="%(fxos_url)s" rel="external">Firefox OS</a>, we can break open the world of native operating systems and closed platforms once again.
  • Firefox OS is the first truly open mobile platform. Developers are already embracing HTML5, but so far HTML5 applications on mobile have been held back because they can’t access the device’s underlying capabilities the way that native apps can. Firefox OS overcomes these limitations and provides the necessary <abbr title="Application Program Interfaces">APIs</abbr> to show how it is possible to run an entire device using open standards.
  • Firefox OS devices will launch in early 2013 through <a href="%(telefonica_url)s" rel="external">Telefónica</a>, establishing HTML5 as a viable platform for the mobile industry. The Web as the platform will free developers to create groundbreaking new apps that work seamlessly across all devices, spurring a new era of innovation and creativity for the ubiquitous Web.
  • In June 2012 we released an update to <a href="%(mobile_url)s" rel="external">Firefox for Android</a> that we believe is the best browser for Android available. We completely rebuilt and redesigned the product in native UI, resulting in a snappy and dynamic upgrade to mobile browsing that is significantly faster than the Android stock browser. This made Firefox significantly faster on Android and delivered a much better browsing experience to users than the one offered by the device’s stock browser. We also added Do Not Track to Firefox for Android to let users express their intent for privacy, even on mobile and are the first mobile browser to offer Do Not Track. Firefox for Android is a critical part of supporting the open Web. This is a great start, but it is only a start. We want these opportunities to exist at all layers of our Web experience.
  • Firefox will always be the part of the Mozilla mission that people can see, feel and touch.
  • Firefox will always be the part of the Mozilla mission that people can see, feel and touch. We are excited by the progress and innovation we have seen with the desktop version of Firefox over the past year. Several performance and security improvements, memory enhancements make this the best Firefox yet. We're proud of the work that we're doing to make developing on Firefox easier by adding exciting tools for developers, like <a href="%(cmdline_url)s" rel="external">Developer Command Line</a>, <a href="%(console_url)s" rel="external">Web Console</a> and <a href="%(tilt_url)s" rel="external">“Tilt” the 3D Page Inspector</a>.
  • Recently, we have been experimenting with ways to integrate social functionality into Firefox. Firefox will support a new Social API that lets developers integrate social services directly into the browser. The Social API will support multiple providers and has endless potential for integrating social networks, e-mail, finance, news and other applications into your Firefox experience. Our first experimental provider is Facebook.
  • The unique power of the Web means that anyone can make and build with it. Our new educational offering, <a href="%(webmaker_url)s" rel="external">Mozilla Webmaker</a>, will place that power in the hands of millions of new creators everywhere.
  • Webmaker tools, projects and events help educators, youth, media-makers and everyday consumers around the world move from using the Web to making the Web. In 2013, Webmaker will mobilize a global community of mentors, instructors and youth to teach and learn together; advance revolutionary Webmaker software tools like <a href="%(popcorn_url)s" rel="external">Popcorn</a> and <a href="%(thimble_url)s" rel="external">Thimble</a>; and work together to build a more Web-literate planet.
  • Mozilla has always contributed to Web standards, going back as far as the start of the project, and we will continue to do that moving forward. We <a href="%(cofound_url)s" rel="external">co-founded</a> the <a href="%(whatwg_url)s" rel="external">WHAT-WG</a> to kick off <a href="%(html5_url)s" rel="external">HTML5</a>. We are a leader in <a href="%(javascript_url)s" rel="external">JavaScript standardization</a>. We have some of the top <a href="%(dbaron_url)s" rel="external">CSS</a> and <a href="%(ocallahan_url)s" rel="external">layout</a> experts in the world.
  • Standards are a multi-vendor effort, but Mozilla is proud of the many technologies we have pioneered and submitted to standards bodies to make them interoperable for the Web as a whole. Some examples of these include geolocation, WebGL, the Gamepad API, Web Telephony and IndexedDB.
  • Mozilla is proudly non-profit and answers to no one but you. That means we're uniquely able to fight for users at a critical moment in the Web's history. Looking forward, we will mobilize millions of people to stand up for privacy, security and online freedom. We will take on new threats to the Web's future — from locked down proprietary platforms, to would-be censors and gatekeepers, to short-sighted government legislation. Together we will set the mobile Web free, reassert the vital importance of privacy and user sovereignty, and join others in building a more Web-literate world.
  • Our Internet experiences involve more of our personal data, which forms a picture or profile of who we are online. The ability for organizations to monitor, log, store, use, correlate and sell information about who we are and what we do has huge implications for individuals and for society.
  • In an effort to give users more control over their Web experiences, we developed the <a href="%(dnt_url)s" rel="external">Do Not Track</a> feature in Firefox. We also became the first browser manufacturer to offer it on multiple platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux and Android. <a href="%(dntfxos_url)s" rel="external">Do Not Track is even available for Firefox OS</a> so that user privacy settings can be controlled on a system-wide level to ensure that every third-party application on a user's device respects their choice.
  • Mozilla was instrumental in the movement to motivate the Web community to act against the Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect IP act. These laws, had they gone into effect, would have given the US government and private businesses incredible censorship powers that would have global ramifications, weaken the Internet's security and discourage innovation and investment worldwide.
  • Mozilla was one of many organizations that blacked out its websites in opposition to the SOPA/PIPA bills in congress. For the first time, the Web community of more than 15 million people came together to speak against a policy that affected the Web as a whole. This historic protest represented a significant turning point for the Web as a way to engage the electorate and mobilize citizens for change.
  • Early in 2012, Mozilla warned against the ratification of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (<abbr>ACTA</abbr>) by the European Parliament. <a href="%(acta_url)s" rel="external">In a blog post</a>, Mitchell Baker urged the policymakers that opaque processes were a “bad way to develop Internet policy” — in particular, that the global trade agreement was negotiated in private without open involvement of all the stakeholders. After massive street protests of Net-savvy citizens across Europe, the European Parliament rejected ACTA on July 4th in an unequivocal vote.
  • <a href="%(collusion_url)s" rel="external">Mozilla Collusion</a> gives consumers a powerful tool to protect their privacy, arming them with transparency, facts and the power to make their own decisions about how their personal data is shared and used. Made possible with the support of the Ford Foundation, Collusion allows users to see who is tracking them across the Web. It shows, in real time, how that data creates a spider-web of interaction between companies and other trackers.
  • This year we brought back <a href="%(flicks_url)s" rel="external">Firefox Flicks</a> — a video challenge for aspiring filmmakers, animators and creatives from around the world to produce and submit short films. These films made by Firefox fans, promoted and educated users about the issues that affect their online lives such as privacy and security. Most importantly, these filmmakers shared what makes Firefox different using their own voices. Celebrities and film-industry experts helped select the regional winners from more than 400 submissions from thousands of filmmakers worldwide.
  • Mozilla is an organization that is fundamentally about people and making the Web better for everyone. The Mozilla community is essential to the success of the project. We can’t fight for an open, hackable and transparent Web without people who believe in and support that cause. We have Mozilla communities spanning the world and these remarkable people are responsible for coding, testing, localizing, hosting hackfests and summer code parties, teaching Webmakers, marketing, evangelizing Mozilla products and much more.
  • The <a href="%(reps_url)s" rel="external">Mozilla Reps</a> program, designed to empower volunteers to become official representatives of Mozilla in their region, has grown to more than 350 people in more than 70 countries in a little more than a year. The program plays a critical role in helping Mozilla execute against its organizational goals around the promotion and development of Firefox OS, Firefox for Windows, Mac and Linux and Firefox for Android. Reps have organized more than 700 events around the world and have successfully recruited and trained hundreds of new contributors across dozens of functional areas.
  • MozCamps are regional events that bring together core paid and volunteer Mozilla staff members from all areas of the project for two full days of presentations, discussions, brainstorms, work sprints, hackathons and, of course, a little bit of fun.
  • While the main focus is on community leaders and core contributors, MozCamps also aim to train up future leaders — those Mozilla contributors who have been particularly active in the past six months and represent the next generation of Mozilla leadership in the community.
  • Some of the fastest growing and most dynamic communities are some of our youngest communities. They can be found in the Middle East, Africa and South East Asia and many of their members have been invited to MozCamps in 2012 as participants. The <a href="%(tunisia_url)s" rel="external">Tunisian community</a>, <a href="%(kenya_url)s" rel="external">Kenyan community</a> and <a href="%(philippines_url)s" rel="external">Filipino community</a> have been doing particularly outstanding work and each comprises roughly a dozen active contributors across many functional areas, including localization, QA, marketing and development. One of the newest Mozilla communities launched in 2012 is in <a href="%(myanmar_url)s" rel="external">Myanmar</a>.
  • Chit started contributing to Mozilla in 2010 and has been leading community building efforts in Myanmar ever since.
  • Viking organized the first ever Firefox launch party in Indonesia back in 2007 and has led community marketing efforts across the country.
  • Keng kickstarted efforts to get Firefox localized in Thai and has been a community lead since 2008.
  • Claire started contributing to Mozilla in 2009 and is the editor of the Bonjour Mozilla blog.
  • A passionate open source evangelist in his native Egypt, Haitham became a Mozilla Rep in early 2011.
  • Ioana has been driving Mozilla hackathons across her native Romania since 2010.
  • Brian has been contributing to Mozilla for more than a decade and recently sat on the Mozilla Reps Council.
  • Passionate about reviving Songay, a dialect in his native Mali, Mohomodou has led localization efforts to get Firefox translated into Songay.
  • Along with this annual report, we released our audited financial statements for 2011. Mozilla remains well positioned, both financially and organizationally, to advance our mission of building openness, freedom and participation into the Internet.
  • Mozilla remains financially healthy; we continue to hire more people globally, we’ve opened new Mozilla Spaces around the world, have launched significant new initiatives such as Firefox OS and are able to support those with viable resources.
  • Mozilla has announced a commercial partnership with Telefónica for Firefox OS. The specific terms of the agreement are subject to traditional confidentiality requirements. We are developing new partnerships with additional <abbr title="Original Equipment Manufacturers">OEMs</abbr> and operators, which will be announced in due course through 2012 and into 2013. We also have numerous arrangements with app publishers who will be included in the Firefox Marketplace.
  • SOPA / PIPA & ACTA

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  • With the Mozilla Webmaker program, we are aiming to move millions of people from Web users to active Web creators who will build the next great Web experiences. The goal is to create a more Web literate planet through tools and learning programs that fuel creativity on the Web.
  • At Mozilla, we measure success by how much we are doing to improve the overall health of the Web and advance the interests of users and developers. We succeed when we build products that people love, and when other organizations build build the traits and features we care about into competing products. For example, we view Google Chrome's recent implementation of the Do Not Track feature we pioneered to be a success for Mozilla and our mission.
  • Unlike our major competitors, Mozilla achieves success by helping more people make choices about what software they want to use, what level of participation they would like to have online, and how to take part in building a better Internet. When we see growth in community contributors, software localizations, and a competitive browser market, for example, we know we are moving toward our goals and we are seeing growth in these areas.
  • Mozilla’s consolidated reported revenue (Mozilla Foundation and all subsidiaries) for 2011 was $163M (US), up approximately 33 percent from $123M in 2010.
  • The majority of Mozilla’s revenue is generated from search and commerce functionality included in our Firefox product through all major search partners including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Amazon, Ebay and others. Mozilla’s reported revenues also include very important individual and corporate donations and grants, which are growing significantly, as well as other forms of income from our investable assets.
  • Are you exploring partnership opportunities to diversify your revenue stream?
  • We currently have several key business partnerships and are actively exploring new partnership opportunities as well as other potential revenue opportunities. We’ll continue to build great products that help people enjoy the richness of the Internet, and we’re confident that this allows us to identify appropriate sources of revenue that serve both the mission and our users.
  • Some key Mozilla Foundation projects, like Collusion, have received grants from organizations such as the Ford Foundation.
  • We currently have partnerships with a number of search providers that differ by market. In December 2011, we announced a new agreement with Google as the default search provider in Firefox. This new agreement extends our long-term search relationship with Google for at least three additional years. The specific terms of this commercial agreement are subject to traditional confidentiality requirements, and we’re not at liberty to disclose them.
  • Bing is included as a search provider in the US versions of Firefox. The arrangement includes revenue-sharing based on traffic sent from Firefox to Bing's search service.
  • What happened with Yandex? Is there anything you can update us on with that partnership?
  • Google is the default search provider on the Russian builds of Firefox. Yandex will remain in the pre-installed list of search plug-ins. The change is part of the global search renewal that Mozilla entered into with Google, which makes Google the search default.
  • Mozilla and Yandex will continue to explore partnerships on a number of fronts, including the customized Yandex edition of the popular Firefox browser and the integration of Yandex search services in other regional builds.
  • Mozilla has announced a commercial partnership with Telefonica for Firefox OS. The specific terms of the agreement are subject to traditional confidentiality requirements. We are developing new partnerships with additional <abbr title="Original Equipment Manufacturers">OEMs</abbr> and operators, which will be announced in due course through 2012 and into 2013. We also have numerous arrangements with app publishers who will be included in Firefox Marketplace.
  • How much revenue do you anticipate that will bring in the coming year and what is the business model/revenue model in those deals?
  • We are not providing forecasts or projections at this time. Our main focus is on creating and delivering offerings that address user, developer, and operator needs. At the same time we are continually exploring potential new revenue models that serve both the mission and our users.
  • What makes you think you can break into the smartphone market with two clearly dominant players?
  • Mozilla believes that the Web is the best platform for innovation, connecting, sharing and for building the world that we want. With Firefox OS, Mozilla is creating an operating system based entirely on open Web standards. HTML5 is an increasingly important technology, which more and more developers are embracing. There is also an HTML5 ecosystem of developers who are already creating applications for desktop web browsers, while many AppStore and Android applications have already been developed in HTML5.
  • The first Firefox OS-powered devices are expected to launch commercially in Latin American markets in early 2013 through Telefónica. We've also announced support for the Firefox OS from global network operators including Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, Smart, Sprint, Telecom Italia and Telenor, so you can expect more device and OS news throughout 2013.
  • TCL Communication Technology (who own the Alcatel brand) and ZTE are leading partners to build the first handsets to run Firefox OS. We expect to announce additional OEM support soon.
  • Firefox Marketplace will offer developers’ discovery, distribution and monetization opportunities and will also be customizable by partners. For example, with Telefónica, we will provide direct-to-bill capabilities in the device, in the event that app store owners would like to bill Telefónica customers directly. But app developers are free to use their own billing systems. You can read about this in the Telefónica Marketplace Payments Guide for further details of how payments will work.

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  • The State of Mozilla: 2012 Annual Report
  • State of Mozilla
  • We are champions of a Web where people know more, do more and do better.
  • A Web For All
  • As the Web expands to reach billions of new people and touch our lives in new ways, it has become an essential part of our individual growth and collective future. And that Web is what the Mozilla community has pledged to protect and promote: a platform providing opportunity, connectivity and inspiration for all.
  • We live our principles by making products, empowering communities, teaching skills and shaping environments in order to build the Internet the world needs.
  • At this year’s Mozilla Summit, 2,000 people representing 90 countries and 114 languages gathered to develop a shared understanding of who we are and what we will accomplish together. Below is a sample of perspectives from leaders of the project.
  • Click to play this video
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Mitchell <br>Baker
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Jay <br>Sullivan
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Harvey <br>Anderson
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Mark <br>Surman
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Johnathan <br>Nightingale
  • <span>Play a video of </span>Brendan <br>Eich
  • Powered By Mozillians
  • Mozillians are a diverse group of thinkers, builders, educators and hackers with a shared purpose to bring openness, freedom and participation to the Internet. Our collective global effort advanced Firefox OS from concept to phones in stores within two years, hosted 1,600 events in three months to teach the Web, and many more accomplishments. We’re celebrating our journey and the promising path ahead.
  • I am a Mozillian
  • <span>Play the "</span>I am a Mozillian<span>" video</span>
  • Sustainability
  • Along with this annual report, we’re releasing our audited financial statements for 2012. Mozilla remains well positioned, both financially and organizationally, to advance our mission.
  • The majority of our revenue comes from the search functionality in the Firefox browser through a number of major partners, including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Amazon and eBay. This 2012 financial statement includes revenue from a mutually beneficial commercial agreement with Google, our largest search provider, that was signed in December 2011 and extends at least three years.
  • A growing percentage of our revenue also comes from support from the public, including grants and individual donors like you. These donations are directly applied to important projects such as Webmaker, Open Badges and Mozilla-Knight Open News that extend Mozilla's influence in new areas.
  • FAQ
  • Welcome
  • 2012 Audited financial statement
  • Download PDF
  • 2012 Form 990

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  • What are the key projects for Mozilla in the next year?
  • Our flagship product, the Firefox Web browser, is and will continue to be a fundamental lever in driving the Web forward and advancing the Mozilla mission. Firefox for Android is our popular mobile browser which currently enjoys a 4.5-star average rating in Google Play.
  • Firefox OS is the first truly open operating system for mobile devices, delivering the same security, privacy, customization and user control that people have come to expect from the Firefox browser. Mozilla has built the technologies and APIs to make the Web a rich and viable platform for the mobile industry. With the support of valued partners from across the mobile ecosystem, Firefox OS phones are now on sale in 10 markets globally (as of mid-November 2013), and Mozilla will continue to advance its development and adoption.
  • With the Mozilla Webmaker program, we are aiming to move millions of people from Web users to active Web creators who will build the next great experiences. The goal is to create a more Web-literate planet through tools and learning programs that fuel creativity for people of all ages.
  • How do you measure success?
  • At Mozilla, we measure success by how much we improve the overall health of the Web and advance the interests of users and developers. We succeed when we build products that people love, and when other organizations adopt the traits and features we care about into competing products.
  • Unlike our major competitors, Mozilla achieves success by helping more people make choices about what software they want to use, what level of participation they would like to have online, and how to take part in building a better Internet. When we see growth in community contributors, software localizations, and a competitive browser market, for example, we know we are moving toward our goals.
  • What was Mozilla’s total revenue for 2012?
  • Mozilla’s consolidated reported revenue (Mozilla Foundation and all subsidiaries) for 2012 was $311M (US), up approximately 90 percent from $163M in 2011.
  • How does Mozilla generate revenue?
  • The majority of Mozilla’s revenue is generated from search and commerce functionality included in our Firefox product through all major search partners including Google, Bing, Yahoo, Yandex, Amazon, eBay and others. Mozilla’s reported revenues also include very important individual and corporate donations and grants, which are growing significantly, as well as other forms of income from our investable assets.
  • Are you exploring partnership opportunities to diversify your revenue stream?
  • We currently have several key business partnerships and are actively exploring new ones, as well as other potential revenue opportunities. We’ll continue to build great products that help people enjoy the richness of the Internet, and we’re confident that this allows us to identify appropriate sources of revenue that serve both the mission and our users.
  • Some key Mozilla Foundation projects like Lightbeam have received grants from organizations such as the Ford Foundation.
  • Revenues from Google have increased significantly since 2011. What changed with that relationship?
  • Our search partnerships are designed as multi-year contracts. Near the end of each contract, Mozilla negotiates market-value rates from multiple search providers based on the present and future value our products provide. At the end of 2011, Mozilla negotiated a new agreement with Google based on growth and impact from our Firefox desktop browser.
  • How does Mozilla spend its money?
  • Mozilla invests in both people and products to further our mission to keep the Web open and to retain our impact on the Internet landscape. We continue to spend a significant majority of our expenses on staffing our technology and development, and recently have increased our spending in marketing new product lines. Over the last few years, Mozilla’s investment focus has been significant in new areas such as our mobile and cloud services products. In particular, the market launch of Firefox OS and significant upgrades to our Firefox for Android browser have advanced our goal of opening the mobile ecosystem for users and developers worldwide.
  • Mozilla’s tax returns and financial documents from previous years are all available on <a href="%(url)s">this site</a>.
  • What is the status of the organization’s search partnerships?
  • We currently have partnerships with a number of search providers that differ by market. In December 2011, we announced a new agreement with Google as the default search provider in Firefox, which extends at least three years. The specific terms of this commercial agreement are subject to traditional confidentiality requirements, and we’re not at liberty to disclose them.
  • How does Mozilla make money with Firefox OS?
  • The first Firefox OS devices went on sale in July 2013, so are in the very early stages of market development and user acquisition. Mozilla’s focus is on delivering a superior user experience and getting developers excited, and not on generating revenue from Firefox OS at this time.
  • What makes you think you can break into the smartphone market with two clearly dominant players?
  • There is very high demand in emerging markets for smartphone technology at a reasonable price without long-term contractual carrier subsidies. By using Web technology, Firefox OS and its apps are one layer closer to the hardware, so less memory and CPU is needed to get high performance. The result is a full Web experience that’s attainable for many feature phone users, enabling people to purchase their first smartphone.
  • Firefox OS &ndash; launched in 10 markets and growing &ndash; taps into the largest digital ecosystem there is: the Web. We believe the Web is the best platform for innovation, connecting, sharing and for building the world that we want.
  • How many operator partners does Mozilla have for Firefox OS?
  • Mozilla has announced support for Firefox OS from 18 major operators that span the globe: América Móvil, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, Etisalat, Hutchison Three Group, KDDI, KT, MegaFon, Qtel, SingTel, Smart, Sprint, Telecom Italia Group, Telefónica, Telenor, Telstra, TMN and VimpelCom. As of mid-November, 2013, Firefox OS smartphones are on sale commercially through Telefónica and Deutsche Telekom in 10 Latin American and European markets.
  • Which manufacturers are making Firefox OS devices?
  • As of mid-November 2013, there are three different Firefox OS phones on sale: the ZTE Open, the ALCATEL ONE TOUCH Fire, and the LG Fireweb. Huawei has also committed to manufacturing Firefox OS smartphones, and Foxconn announced in June 2013 that it plans to build a range of Firefox OS devices. We expect to announce additional OEM support soon.
  • When can we expect to see devices launching in the United States?
  • Market launch timing for a Firefox OS phone targeted to U.S. consumers is dependent on our operator and manufacturer partners, and we are actively exploring that opportunity but don't have specific plans to announce at this time.
  • What are your projections for growth in 2013 in desktop, mobile, OS?
  • We are not providing forecasts or projections at this time.
  • Mozilla has become more active in policy matters. Are you lobbying now?
  • Mozilla is not a lobbying operation. Notwithstanding, we take firm stands when the welfare of the Web and its users are at stake.
  • On issues such as SOPA/PIPA, CISPA, and more recently, government surveillance revelations, Mozilla has voiced its views, sought to educate users and taken steps to catalyze grassroots action. As with most issues of importance, we believe education, listening and dialogue amongst stakeholders are critical to finding solutions. Mozilla has testified before government bodies and provided input to numerous agencies and NGOs on strengthening the Internet. Our acclaimed Firefox Add-on, Lightbeam, seeks to educate users on matters of privacy in their online lives.
  • Mozilla’s efforts have resulted in being named the Most Trusted Internet Company for Privacy in 2012, according to <a href="%(url)s">a study</a> performed by the Ponemon Institute.

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  • Replay

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  • Read the <a href="%(url)s">Mozilla Manifesto</a> to learn even more about the values and principles that guide the pursuit of our mission.
  • Watch the video above to learn more about who we are, where we came from and how we’re making the Web better for you.
  • At Mozilla, we’re a global community of technologists, thinkers and builders working together to keep the Internet alive and accessible, so people worldwide can be informed contributors and creators of the Web.
  • We believe this act of human collaboration across an open platform is essential to individual growth and our collective future.
  • Our structure, organization, and the broader Mozilla community

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  • Subscribe to monthly updates and keep current with Mozilla news, including the latest tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Firefox browser. It’s the perfect way for us to keep in touch!
  • We just sent you a confirmation message by email. Click on the confirmation link in this email to validate your subscription to this mailing list.
  • Want to get the most relevant info? Tell us a little more about yourself. And while you’re here, sign up for other Mozilla news.
  • You'll receive an email from mozilla@e.mozilla.org to confirm your subscription. If you don't see it, check your spam filter. You must confirm your subscription to receive our newsletter.
  • Please be sure to add our sending address: mozilla@e.mozilla.org to your address book to ensure we always reach your inbox.
  • I’m okay with Mozilla handling my info as explained in <a href="%s">this Privacy Policy</a>
  • Get a weekly tip on how to super-charge your Firefox experience.
  • Periodic email updates about our annual international film competition.
  • A monthly newsletter to keep you up to date with the Firefox Affiliates program.
  • News for developers about Firefox OS, Firefox Marketplace and the Open Web apps ecosystem.
  • Email updates for vouched Mozillians on mozillians.org.
  • A monthly newsletter on how to get involved with Mozilla on your campus.
  • Former University program from 2008-2011, now retired and relaunched as the Firefox Student Ambassadors program.

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}

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Strings identical to English:

  • You're the director. Mobile is the star. <a href="%s">Enter Firefox Flicks, our global video contest about the power of mobile</a>.
  • You don’t have to know how to code to get involved with Mozilla. <a href="%s">Learn more about our volunteer opportunities</a>.
  • Celebrity judges and great prizes. <a href="%s">Learn more about Firefox Flicks</a>, our global video contest about the power of mobile.

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}