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firefox/accounts-2019.lang

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  • You’ll always get the truth from us. Everything we make and do honors our <a href="%(promise)s">Personal Data Promise</a>:
  • Take less.<br> Keep it safe.<br> No secrets.
  • Get the knowledge to keep you safe.
  • Learn everything you need to know (but don’t yet) about staying smart and safe online, from some of the world’s foremost experts.
  • And be part of protecting the internet for future generations.
  • Get into the open source spirit by test-driving upcoming products.
  • We support communities all over the world standing up for a healthier internet. Add your voice to the fight.

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firefox/adblocker.lang

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  • How to block annoying ads using an ad blocker
  • How to stop seeing too many ads and keep companies from following you around online. An ad blocker guide from the Firefox web browser.
  • The ad blocker – a secret weapon against annoying ads.
  • So many ads, so little patience… It’s time to stop the madness.
  • The average person sees an average of 4,000 ads a day. If you think that’s too many, an ad blocker is your new best friend.
  • An ad blocker is a piece of software that can be used to block ads, and they work in two ways. The first way is when an ad blocker blocks the signal from an advertiser’s server, so the ad never shows up on your page. Another way ad blockers work is by blocking out sections of a website that could be ads.
  • These ads might be loud video ads, ads that follow you around the web, trackers, third-party cookies, and more. To use an ad blocker, you can search for ad blocker add-ons that are available in your browser. <a href="%(firefox)s">Firefox</a>, for example, has <a href="%(addons)s">this list of approved ad blocker add-ons</a>. Click on this list (or ad blockers that are approved for your browser) and see which fits your needs.
  • Find the right ad blocker for you
  • There’s <a href="%(url)s">AdBlocker Ultimate</a> that gets rid of every single ad, but buyer beware. Some of your favorite newspapers and magazines rely on advertising. Too many people blocking their ads could put them out of business.
  • Popup ads are the worst. Block them with <a href="%(url)s">Popup Blocker</a> and never deal with another annoying popup again.
  • One of the most popular ad blockers for Chrome, Safari and Firefox is <a href="%(url)s">AdBlock</a>. Use it to block ads on Facebook, YouTube and Hulu.
  • Create a tracker-free zone with Content Blocking
  • On Firefox, you can use <a href="%(privacy)s">Privacy</a> or <a href="%(blocking)s">Content Blocking</a> settings to get even more control over ad trackers that serve you the ads.
  • Choose your level of protection
  • To start, click on the Firefox menu in the top right-hand corner of your screen. It looks like three lines stacked on top of each other. In the drop-down menu, click on Content Blocking. You should see a blue pop-up with different selections.
  • Go easy with Standard mode
  • If ads don’t bother you and you don’t mind being followed by trackers and third-party cookies, then the Standard setting should work for you. To get trackers off your tail in Standard mode, use a <a href="%(url)s">Private Browsing</a> window.
  • Get tough with Strict mode
  • If seeing too many ads ruins your day, then the Strict mode is a better fit. This mode will block known third-party trackers and cookies in all Firefox windows.
  • Do-it-yourself Custom mode
  • The Custom setting gives you the ultimate choice. You can decide what you’re blocking, including trackers, cookies and more. If you allow cookies from a website, you’ll automatically be in Custom mode.
  • Cover your trail, block trackers
  • Click on the Trackers box and you’ll be able to block trackers in two ways. One way to block trackers is to do it when you’re working in a Private Window. Another way to do it is to block trackers in all windows. Keep in mind that if you choose to always block trackers, some pages might not load correctly.
  • Take a bite out of cookies
  • <a href="%(url)s">Cookies</a> are sent by websites you visit. They live on your computer and monitor what you’ve been doing on a site. When an airline hikes your rates because you’ve looked at plane tickets once that day, that is the handiwork of a cookie.
  • In Firefox, you can block all third-party cookies or just those set by trackers. Be aware that blocking all cookies can break some sites.
  • Send a Do Not Track signal
  • If you don’t want your online behavior used for ads, you can send websites a polite “thanks but no thanks” letter by checking the <a href="%(url)s">Do Not Track</a> option of Firefox. Participation is voluntary, but the websites that participate will stop tracking you immediately.
  • Speed up thanks to ad blockers
  • In some cases, an ad blocker can help your browser go faster. When an ad is loading, it can slow down a website. At the same time, it takes longer to find what you’re looking for if you’re too busy closing yet another ad.
  • If you want to learn more about ad blocking, there are hundreds of ad blocker extensions available for Firefox and other browsers. If want to try out the ad blockers Firefox uses, <a href="%(url)s">click here to download</a> a browser that puts privacy first.
  • Take control of your browser.

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firefox/all-unified.lang

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  • Everyone deserves access to the internet — your language should never be a barrier. That’s why — with the help of dedicated volunteers around the world — we make the Firefox Browser available in more than 90 languages.
  • Sorry, we couldn’t find the download you’re looking for. Please try again, or select a download from the list below.
  • The standard Firefox browser — fast and private. If you’re not sure which Firefox to choose, choose this.
  • Get a sneak peek at the latest Firefox browser features before they’re released.
  • Test your sites against soon-to-be-released Firefox browser features with powerful, flexible DevTools that are on by default.
  • The pre-alpha version for power users who like to hunt crashes and test new features as they’re coded.
  • Count on stability and ease of use with this Firefox browser built for enterprise.
  • Choose a 64-bit installer for computers with 64-bit processors, which allow them to allocate more RAM to individual programs — particularly important for games and other demanding applications.
  • 32-bit installers
  • Choose a 32-bit installer for computers with 32-bit processors — or for older or less powerful computers. <a href="%(url)s">If you aren’t sure</a> whether to choose a 64-bit or 32-bit installer, we recommend you go with 32-bit.
  • Which version would you like?
  • Select your preferred installer
  • Select your preferred language
  • Download %(product_label)s for %(platform)s in %(locale)s

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firefox/best-browser.lang

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  • Find your best browser for speed, privacy and security.
  • So many browser options, but there’s only one that works best for your needs. The best browser for you should offer both speed and privacy protection.
  • Privacy, speed, and security.
  • How to choose the best browser for you.
  • The internet has become as essential as electricity and running water, so choosing the best browser for you is more important than ever. The internet is a second office, a teacher and sometimes a medical advisor, even if your actual doctor would prefer you didn’t look up your symptoms online.
  • In the mid-nineties, Netscape, Internet Explorer and AOL dominated the landscape. It was a simpler time when the sweet melody of dial-up internet rang across the land. You learned the meaning of patience waiting for web pages to load. Back then, all that mattered was browser speed.
  • Today is a different story. Ads, privacy hacks, security breaches, and fake news might have you looking at other qualities in a browser. How does the browser protect your privacy? Does it allow trackers to follow you across the web? Does it built to multitask and handle many computer and internet operations at once?
  • When you use a browser for everything, it needs to be fast. But for the same reason, it needs to be private. A browser has access to everything you do online, so it can put you at real risk if it doesn’t have strong privacy features.
  • Marshall Erwin, Senior Director of Trust and Security at Mozilla
  • If you’re wondering what it means to have a private or fast browser, here’s a breakdown of three things a browser should have.
  • A browser built for speed.
  • A browser is still a tool, so it makes sense that you’ll want to pick the best one for the job. If you’re a human who needs to work to survive, you’ll need a fast internet browser. One thing to keep in mind is a browser that runs third-party trackers is more likely to be slower than a browser that doesn’t. Third-party trackers are cookies, and while you can’t see them, they are running in the background of the site, taking up precious time. The more third-party trackers a browser blocks, the faster it can run.
  • This is one of the many reasons to choose the Firefox browser: Firefox blocks third-party trackers by default. We have other reasons and we’ll get into those later.
  • A browser that puts safety first.
  • Remember the last massive data breach? If not, it’s probably because it happens so often. Companies hold on to customer data, like their personal or financial information, and hackers steal it. If you’re making safety a priority, then a secure internet browser is the best browser for you.
  • There are a few ways a browser can help its users stay secure. A browser that is up to date with the latest security tech can help protect your computer and websites from unwanted visitors, such as malware or computer viruses.
  • The second is not storing too much user data. Hackers can’t steal what’s not there, which is why Firefox keeps a minimum amount of information about its users. <a href="%(data)s">Firefox knows</a> if you use the browser and your general location <a href="%(privacy)s">but not the name of your childhood pet or your favorite color.</a>
  • Last but not least, a safe browser should offer tools to help you keep an eye on your accounts. Think of alerts that go straight to your email if any of your accounts get breached or icons that tell you whether a website is encrypted, (i.e., if it’s a good idea to enter your credit number on a shopping site).
  • Firefox is offering something new to keep you safe: <a href="%(monitor)s">Firefox Monitor</a>. It’s a free service that will alert you if there are any public hacks on your accounts and let you know if your accounts got hacked in the past. Another neat feature is the Green Lock. It looks like a small green icon at the top left side of the browser window. If you’re on Firefox and see the green lock, it means the website is encrypted and secure. If the lock is grey, you might want to think twice about entering any sensitive information.
  • We visit hundreds or even thousands of websites each day, and you can’t expect users to make security and privacy decisions for each of these sites. That is why a browser that gives you more control is so important - because it offers real, meaningful protection.
  • A browser that minds its business.
  • Privacy on the web is a hot button issue. If privacy is number one on your list of priorities, you want to look for a browser that takes that seriously. When choosing the best private browser for you, look at the tracking policy and how a browser handles your data. These seem like technical questions, but they’re the reason some browsers are more private than others.
  • Trackers are all those annoying “cookies” messages you get on airline sites. These third-party trackers know where you click and can be used to analyze your behavior. A private browser should give users the option to turn off third-party trackers, but ideally, turn them off by default.
  • Another way to stop trackers from tracking is using private mode to browse. Any browser that claims to be private should offer browsing in private mode.
  • One easy way to check is to visit a browser’s content setting page and privacy policy. The privacy webpage should outline if your data is shared and why. It’s why the <a href="%(privacy)s">Firefox privacy notice</a> is easy to read and easy to find.
  • Choosing the best browser for you is a lot like choosing a home. You want to explore your options, do some research and make a decision based on what’s important to you.
  • At <a href="%(firefox)s">Firefox</a>, we’ve worked hard to build a browser that is twice as fast as before and gives users more control over their online life.
  • Take control of your browser.

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firefox/campaign-trailhead.lang

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  • Download Mozilla Firefox, a free web browser. Firefox is created by a global non-profit dedicated to putting individuals in control online. Get Firefox for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android and iOS today!
  • Download the fastest Firefox ever
  • Faster page loading, less memory usage and packed with features, the new Firefox is here.
  • Get the latest Firefox browser.
  • And start getting the respect you deserve with our family of privacy-first products.
  • Connect to a whole family of respectful products, plus all the knowledge you need to protect yourself online.
  • Passwords made portable
  • <strong>Firefox Lockwise</strong> makes the passwords you save in Firefox available on all your devices.
  • Protect your privacy
  • <strong>Private Browsing</strong> clears your history to keep it secret from anyone who uses your computer.

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firefox/new/quantum.lang

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  • Download Mozilla Firefox for Windows, a free Web browser. Firefox is created by a global non-profit dedicated to putting individuals in control online. Get Firefox for Windows today!
  • Download Mozilla Firefox for Mac, a free Web browser. Firefox is created by a global non-profit dedicated to putting individuals in control online. Get Firefox for Mac today!
  • Download Mozilla Firefox for Linux, a free Web browser. Firefox is created by a global non-profit dedicated to putting individuals in control online. Get Firefox for Linux today!
  • Firefox moves fast and treats your data with care - no ad tracking and no slowdown.
  • Your life, your business. Firefox blocks third-party tracking cookies on Linux.
  • Get speed and security. Firefox is fast on Mac because we don’t track your moves.
  • Live your life, Firefox isn’t watching. Choose what to share and when to share it.
  • Speed, meet security. Firefox is two times faster with 30% less memory than Chrome.
  • Be the master of your domain with strict content blocking. Cut off all cookies and trackers.
  • Look under the hood. Like Linux, Firefox features are open source.
  • Easy migration of preferences and bookmarks when you download Firefox for Windows.

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  • And start getting the respect you deserve with our family of privacy-first products.
  • Connect to a whole family of respectful products, plus all the knowledge you need to protect yourself online.
  • <strong>Private Browsing</strong> clears your history to keep it secret from anyone who uses your computer.
  • You’ve already got the browser. Now get even more from Firefox.
  • Watch for hackers with Firefox Monitor, protect passwords with Firefox Lockwise, and more.
  • Get More From Firefox
  • Just Download The Browser
  • You’re using an insecure, outdated operating system <a href="%(url)s">no longer supported by Firefox</a>.
  • Your download should begin automatically. Didn’t work? <a id="%(id)s" href="%(fallback_url)s">Try downloading again</a>.
  • It’s <strong>privacy and peace of mind</strong> on mobile, too.
  • It’s a <strong>family of products</strong> that treat your personal data with respect.
  • It’s everything you need to know about <strong>staying safe online</strong>.
  • It’s <strong>a community</strong> that believes tech can do better.

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firefox/products/developer-quantum.lang

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  • Firefox DevTools has a brand new shape path editor that takes the guesswork out of fine-tuning your shape-outside and clip-path shapes by allowing you to very easily fine-tune your adjustments with a visual editor.
  • Firefox DevTools has a brand new shape path editor that takes the guesswork out of fine-tuning your shadow-outside and clip-path shapes by allowing you to very easily fine-tune your adjustments with a visual editor.
  • The new fonts panel in Firefox DevTools gives developers quick access to all of the information they need about the fonts being used in an element. It also includes valuable information such as the font source, weight, style and more.

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firefox/tracking-protection-tour.lang

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  • If content blocking prevents you from using a site you trust, select “Turn off Blocking Temporarily.”

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firefox/whatsnew_61.lang

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  • Privacy obsessed. Automatic ad blocking. Monotasking perfected.
  • Our easy-to-use mobile browser includes always-on tracking protection and erases your browsing data after every session.

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firefox/whatsnew_66.lang

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  • Discover the web’s best content, and absorb it anytime – even offline – on any device. Pocket’s listen feature will even read any article aloud to you. Get it all from the Firefox toolbar or the Pocket app.
  • Feel like a secret agent when you send files online, with a private, encrypted link that ‘self-destructs.’

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  • Securely sync your passwords, bookmarks and tabs across all your devices. Get a Firefox Account now – One login – Power and privacy everywhere.
  • Get the latest news from Mozilla and Firefox right in your inbox.
  • Now you have the power to block video ads that autoplay when you open articles and links. Plus, Firefox has upped your protection against ad trackers.
  • Securely access passwords you save to your Firefox Account from any device, everywhere you go – now available for both Android and iOS.
  • Put quality content in your Pocket
  • Read the articles you care about anytime, anywhere (even offline). And try Pocket’s listen feature so you can absorb great content on the go.
  • Keep an eye on data breaches with Monitor
  • Find out if your information has been compromised by a data breach – and now you can sign up for alerts about future breaches with a Firefox Account.
  • Share large files securely with Send
  • Use an encrypted link to safely share large files – up to 2.5GB with a Firefox Account. And you can set when your link expires, so your info doesn’t live in the cloud forever.

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foundation/annualreport/2011.lang

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  • Passionate about reviving Songay, a dialect in his native Mali, Mohomodou has led localization efforts to get Firefox translated into Songay.

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foundation/annualreport/2012/faq.lang

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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.
  • 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.
  • Mozilla’s consolidated reported revenue (Mozilla Foundation and all subsidiaries) for 2012 was $311M (US), up approximately 90 percent from $163M in 2011.
  • 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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mozorg/about-2019.lang

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  • Mozilla makes browsers, apps, code and tools that put people before profit. Our mission: Keep the internet open and accessible to all.
  • Mozilla makes browsers, apps, code and tools that put people before profit.
  • Our mission: Keep the internet open and accessible to all.
  • Our leadership has been at the forefront of building a healthier internet since Day 1. What began as an alternative to corporate domination has grown into a global force for good online.
  • When you use the new Firefox, you get a blazing fast experience while supporting Mozilla’s mission to keep the internet healthy, weird and welcoming to all.
  • Walking Our Privacy Talk
  • When the Facebook breach was revealed, Mozilla had an immediate response – and a Firefox product to support user privacy.
  • Talking Internet Issues IRL
  • In Mozilla’s IRL podcast, host Manoush Zomorodi shares real stories of life online and real talk about the future of the Web.
  • Corporation. Foundation. Not-for-profit.
  • Learn about the Mozilla Foundation
  • Mozilla puts people over profit in everything we say, build and do. In fact, there’s a non-profit Foundation at the heart of our enterprise.
  • The Mozilla Manifesto
  • The principles we wrote in 1998 still guide us today. And in 2018, we created an addendum to emphasize inclusion, privacy and safety for everyone online.
  • Read The Manifesto
  • A Global View
  • With <a href="%(url)s">offices all over the world</a>, we consider the internet from multiple cultures and contexts.
  • San Francisco
  • <strong>2000</strong> non-employee guests welcomed each year
  • Berlin
  • <strong>500</strong> annual attendees to the Berlin speaker series
  • Taipei
  • <strong>400</strong> collaborative visits with Mozilla employees each year.
  • Toronto
  • <strong>800</strong> bottles of cold brew coffee consumed yearly.
  • Join a mission-driven organization that builds purpose-driven products.
  • Mozilla Careers
  • Your voice. Your code. Your support. There are so many ways to join the fight for a healthy internet.
  • Get The Mozilla Newsletter
  • Stay informed about the issues affecting the internet, and learn how you can get involved in protecting the world’s newest public resource.

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  • Mozilla doesn’t know as much as you’d expect about how people browse the web. As a browser maker, that’s actually a big challenge for us. That is why we’ve built opt-in tools, such as <a href="%(link)s">Firefox Pioneer</a>, which allows interested users to give us insight into their web browsing. If you sync your browsing history across Firefox installations, we don’t know what that history is - because it’s encrypted by your device.
  • Mozilla is not your average organization. Founded as a community open source project in 1998, Mozilla is a mission-driven organization working towards a more healthy internet. The majority of Mozilla Corporation’s revenue is from royalties earned through Firefox web browser search partnerships and distribution deals around the world. You can learn more about how we make money in our <a href="%(link)s">annual financial report</a>.
  • Mozilla does collect a limited set of data by default from Firefox that helps us to understand how people use the browser. That data is tied to a random identifier, rather than your name or email address. You can read more about that on our <a href="%(privacy)s">privacy notice</a> and you can read the <a href="%(data)s">full documentation for that data collection</a>.
  • That documentation is gobbledygook to me! Can you give it to me in plain English?
  • The second is what we call "interaction data." This is data about an individual's engagement with Firefox, such as the number of tabs that were open, the status of user preferences, or number of times certain browser features were used, such as screenshots or containers. For example, we collect this data in terms of the back button, that arrow in the upper left corner of your browser that lets you navigate back to a previous webpage in a way that shows us someone used the back button, but doesn’t tell what specific webpages are accessed.
  • Sort-of. In addition to the data described above, we receive crash and error reports by default in pre-release version of Firefox.
  • We may also collect additional data in pre-release for one of our <a href="%(link)s">studies</a>. For example, some studies require what we call “web activity data” data, which may include URLs and other information about certain websites. This helps us answer specific questions to improve Firefox, for example, how to better integrate popular websites in specific locales.
  • Mozilla’s pre-release versions of Firefox are development platforms, frequently updated with experimental features. We collect more data in pre-release than what we do after release in order to understand how these experimental features are working. You can opt out of having this data collected in preferences.
  • Yes. User control is one of our data privacy principles. We put that into practice in Firefox on our <a href="%(settings)s">privacy settings page</a>, which serves as a one-stop shop for anyone looking to take control of their privacy in Firefox. You can <a href="%(data)s">turn off data collection</a> there.
  • You don't need an account to use Firefox. <a href="%(accounts)s">Accounts</a> are required to sync data across devices, but we only ask you for an email address. We don't want to know things like your name, address, birthday and phone number.

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  • If you want to make a correction to your information, or you have any questions about our privacy policies, please get in touch with:
  • <a href="%(dsar)s">See here for Data Subject Access Requests.</a>
  • Mozilla's <a href="%(principles)s">Data Privacy Principles</a> inspire our practices that respect and protect people who use the Internet. Learn how these principles shape Firefox and all of our products in this <a href="%(faq)s">FAQ</a>.
  • Mozilla's Data Privacy Principles inspire our practices that respect and protect people who use the Internet. Learn how these principles shape Firefox and all of our products in this <a href="%(faq)s">FAQ</a>.
  • Mozilla is an open source project with a mission to improve your Internet experience. This is a driving force behind our data privacy practices. <a href="%(link)s">Read More</a>
  • Our Privacy Notices describe the data our products and services receive, share, and use, as well as choices available to you.
  • We created short and clear Privacy Notices to describe how each of our products and services receives, shares, and uses data and what your choices are. Learn more:
  • As an open source project, transparency and openness are an essential part of Mozilla’s founding principles. Our codebases are open and auditable. Our development work is open. Our bi-annual <a href="%(report)s">Transparency Report</a> also demonstrates our commitment to these principles.
  • To review and comment on proposed changes to our privacy policies, <a href="%(group)s"> subscribe to Mozilla’s governance group</a>.
  • To review and comment on proposed changes to our privacy policies <a href="%(group)s"> subscribe to Mozilla’s Governance Group</a>.
  • Read more about our ongoing privacy and security public policy work on <a href="%(blog)s">Mozilla's Open Policy and Advocacy Blog</a>.
  • Our ongoing work on privacy is covered by the <a href="%(blog)s">Privacy &amp; Data Safety Blog</a> and information about our ongoing work is available on <a href="%(wiki)s"> Mozilla’s privacy team wiki</a>.

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