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firefox/channel/index.lang

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  • Try the latest Android features, before they get released to the rest of the world.
  • All Languages and Builds
  • Help determine what features will go into the next Firefox for Android.
  • Firefox Aurora automatically sends feedback to Mozilla.
  • Firefox Beta automatically sends feedback to Mozilla.
  • <a rel="external" href="%(feedback)s">Give us feedback</a> to help us put the final tweaks on performance and functionality in a stable environment.
  • Download and test the latest Firefox for desktop features with Developer Edition, Beta and Nightly builds.
  • Test about-to-be-released features in the most stable pre-release build.
  • All Languages and Builds (incl. Win 64)
  • Build, test, scale and more with the only browser built just for developers.
  • Firefox Developer Edition automatically sends feedback to Mozilla.
  • Check out new Android features in their earliest stages. Enjoy at your own risk.
  • Test brand new features daily (or… nightly). Enjoy at your own risk.
  • Firefox Nightly automatically sends feedback to Mozilla.
  • Nightly Blog

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teach/smarton/surveillance.lang

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  • In order to tailor personal experiences for you, virtually every technology company you interact with collects and stores some amount of your personal information.
  • They can be proactive about protecting users’ information by limiting data collection to what’s needed, making data anonymous where possible, and deleting data when it’s no longer necessary.
  • When surveillance is too broad or lacks key safeguards – like getting a warrant from a judge – it can be abused, either accidentally or on purpose. And our personal privacy is what’s at stake.
  • In order to protect our personal liberties and maintain our trust in the Internet, Mozilla’s policy team proposes that government surveillance must follow three fundamental principles:
  • Efforts should be made to collect only the information that’s needed, without compromising Internet infrastructure, technology companies’ data systems, or users’ trust.
  • Strong encryption and security keep us safe from many kinds of criminals.
  • of Internet users are concerned with the police or other government agencies from their country secretly monitoring their online activities
  • Act before you react
  • We all have the right to live a full online life without fear of surveillance. Rather than give up your freedom, take back your control.
  • Take a stand
  • The first thing we can all do is keep our eyes and ears out – and make our voices heard.
  • Start with a simple online search to learn about your government’s stance on surveillance, so you can make informed decisions about your privacy.
  • Sign up for the <a href="{url}">Mozilla newsletter</a> (English only).
  • We actively track issues of mass surveillance and other threats to the Web, so we’ll let you know about opportunities to speak out.
  • These quick steps can help protect you from overreaching surveillance practices.
  • Put a sticker in front of your webcam when you’re not using it.
  • Find out more.
  • Passwords are an essential tool for shielding information from prying eyes.
  • Choose strong PINs and passwords.
  • Here are some Mozilla <a href="{url}">tips for creating a strong password for every device and account</a>.
  • And get in the habit of changing your passwords once a year.
  • Don’t use a single password everywhere.
  • Would you use the same key for your front door, your car, and your safety deposit box? Probably not.
  • Keep track with a password manager instead.
  • See instructions for <a href="{firefox}">Firefox</a>, <a href="{chrome}">Chrome</a>, <a href="{ie}">Internet Explorer</a>, <a href="{safari}">Safari</a> and <a href="{opera}">Opera</a>.
  • Do the two-step
  • For the best protection, take advantage of 2-step authentication wherever it’s offered.
  • Try encryption
  • Encryption is a bit like scrambling a frequency: it turns information into codes that can only be read if you have the right keys.
  • No software provides perfect protection from spying, but Mozilla programmers recommend these easy encryption tools to take your online security beyond basic.
  • Phone apps
  • These apps use encryption to secure your phone calls, texts, picture and video communications.
  • Device encryption
  • Use these on your devices to make sure the only eyes that see your personal information are the ones you authorize.
  • <a href="{url}">FileVault</a> — a free and built-in way to encrypt your Mac’s startup disk
  • Use <a href="{url1}">BitLocker</a> (Windows Pro) or a free program called <a href="{url2}">Diskcryptor</a> (standard Windows versions).
  • Full-disk encryption is usually offered when you set up your system (it’s called LUKS).
  • <a href="{url}">See instructions here</a> for your Android device.
  • Have an iPhone, iPad or iPod? <a href="{url}">See instructions here</a>.
  • Blast your surveillance smarts
  • Now that you have tools to help protect yourself, spread the word to friends.
  • The only way we’ll get a handle on this fundamental issue of technology is if we keep the conversation going.
  • Which would you be more comfortable sharing with the government: your checking account number or your DNA profile?
  • If you had a digital lockbox that no one could see but you, what would you put in it?
  • Have you stopped sharing certain things online since you found out about mass government surveillance?
  • Are you a teacher? Give your students a <a href="{url}">simple lesson on government surveillance</a>.

Tip: if it is expected 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}