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mozorg/internet-health.lang

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Strings identical to English:

  • Keeping the Internet healthy
  • The healthier the Internet is, the more it benefits everyone. We can all be a part of keeping the Internet open, safe and accessible.
  • The Internet is our largest shared global resource. Help us keep it healthy, open and safe.
  • A healthy Internet needs all of us
  • At Mozilla, we see the Internet as our largest shared global resource. The healthier it is, the more it benefits everyone. We can all be a part of keeping the Internet open, safe and accessible.
  • Privacy doesn’t mean you have something to hide. It means you have the ability to choose who knows where you go and what you do. At Mozilla, we provide tools and fight for policies that respect people’s identity and data across the Internet.
  • Everyone deserves the ability to create and compete online without paying for permission. With open standards at the heart of our mission, we create opportunities for people to innovate collectively through shared ideas and code.
  • Explore our Open Innovation Toolkit
  • Visit the Mozilla Science Lab
  • When just a few organizations and governments control the majority of online content and access, the vital flow of ideas and knowledge is blocked. We champion an internet that belongs to the people.
  • Read more from Mozilla Foundation’s Mark Surman
  • Make room for everyone
  • The quality of the Internet is a reflection of the diversity of the people who are able to access and contribute to it. We create technology, policy and outreach programs that welcome all people online, regardless of race, income, nationality, or gender.
  • Check out Mozilla’s Women & Web Literacy program
  • Learn and teach the Web
  • Everyone should have the skills to read, write and participate in the digital world. Mozilla provides technology and education programs that lift everyone’s online skills — so that they can go beyond consuming and contribute to the future of the Internet.
  • Get started with the Mozilla Learning Network
  • Stay informed
  • Check out Mozilla’s <br>Internet Health Report
  • Read up on what’s helping (and what’s hurting) our world’s largest shared resource.
  • Get the Mozilla newsletter and keep up with the issues that affect you.
  • Read the latest from Mozilla’s Internet Citizen blog.
  • Continue reading

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mozorg/internet-health/privacy-security.lang

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  • A Healthy Internet is Secure and Private
  • The Internet only stays healthy if we trust it as a safe place – to explore, transact, connect, and create.
  • The Internet only stays healthy if we trust it as a safe place – to explore, transact, connect, and create. Our privacy and security online is under constant threat. But there’s something you can do about it: get informed, protect yourself, and make your voice heard.
  • A healthy Internet depends on you.
  • Here are three areas where we can make a difference.
  • User Control
  • Cyber Security
  • Government Surveillance
  • User Control: Deciding who can collect your data
  • Right now, we all lack meaningful choice online – privacy policies are often miles long and hard to read, we don’t understand what information we’re sharing or when, and opting out is seldom on the menu.
  • We should all be able to choose – with clarity and confidence – what information we share with what companies, understanding the tradeoffs we’re making when we do.
  • 91% of adults agree that consumers have lost control of how personal information is collected and used by companies.
  • Source: <a href="%(pew)s" rel="external">Pew Research Center</a>, May 2015
  • What you can do about user control
  • Make sure your mobile apps access only the info they need. Control your privacy and location settings on <a href="%(ios)s" rel="external">iOS</a> and <a href="%(android)s" rel="external">Android</a>.
  • Know your settings. You can manage your profile and preferences for <a href="%(google)s">Google</a>, <a href="%(yahoo)s">Yahoo!</a> and <a href="%(facebook)s">Facebook</a> ads, and even <a href="%(acxiom)s">edit data that’s been collected about you by Acxiom</a>, one of the world’s largest marketing data brokers.
  • What Mozilla is doing about user control
  • Writing <a href="%(privacy)s">our own privacy policy</a> in clear, understandable language.
  • Walking the talk with our own products, with features like the Forget Button, and <a href="%(focus)s">Firefox Focus</a>, our private browser for iOS.
  • Encouraging and educating the industry about <a href="%(leandata)s">lean data practices</a>.
  • Cyber Security: Locking down your sensitive information
  • At this point, it feels like we’ve all been victims of a cyberattack somewhere, somehow. Data breaches can lay bare the passwords of millions of people, often going undiscovered for years. Which means your identity may be at risk of theft without you even knowing it.
  • We should all have the ability to protect our online identity.
  • Breaches affected hundreds of millions of accounts in 2013-2016. In December 2016, the biggest breach in history was reported: 1 billion accounts.
  • Source: Wikipedia, <a href="%(wiki)s" rel="external">List of data breaches</a>, 2013-2016
  • What you can do about cyber security
  • <a href="%(strongpass)s" rel="external">Choose strong, unique pins and passwords</a>, and use a <a href="%(passmanager)s" rel="external">password manager</a>. (Note: we haven’t tried them all – see what works for you.)
  • An extra step goes a long way. For the best protection, take advantage of <a href="%(twofactor)s" rel="external">2-factor authentication</a> wherever it’s offered.
  • What Mozilla is doing about cyber security
  • Educating about the value of <a href="%(codemoji)s" rel="external">encryption</a>, and advocating for its <a href="%(letsencrypt)s" rel="external">universal adoption</a>.
  • Educating the industry about <a href="%(leandata)s">lean data practices</a>.
  • Government Surveillance: Keeping prying eyes and ears out of your business
  • You wouldn’t want the government following your every move in real life – there’s no reason they should be shadowing you on the Internet. The Edward Snowden disclosures showed that even democracies can and do take liberties with your privacy.
  • We should all have the freedom to be ourselves — online and off – without surveillance, judgment and imposed societal bias.
  • Just four in 10 (38%) of internet users trust that their activities on the internet are not being monitored.
  • Source: <a href="%(cigi)s" rel="external"><abbr title="Centre for International Governance Innovation">CIGI</abbr>-Ipsos, 2016</a>
  • What you can do about government surveillance
  • Choose apps that keep your conversations encrypted. <a href="%(encryptedapps)s" rel="external">Here’s a list</a>.
  • <a href="%(strongpass)s" rel="external"> Choose strong, unique pins and passwords</a>, and use a <a href="%(passmanager)s" rel="external">password manager</a>. (Note: we haven’t tried all the options on these lists – see what works for you.)
  • What Mozilla is doing about government surveillance
  • Recommending <a href="%(reform)s" rel="external">reform at the policy level</a> to improve government disclosure of security vulnerabilities.
  • Calling on lawmakers all over the globe to rein in mass surveillance, and <a href="%(usafreedom)s" rel="external">helping to pass the USA Freedom Act</a>.
  • Cohosting <a href="%(standford)s" rel="external">talks with Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society</a> about government hacking.
  • Hungry for more?
  • Keep reading about Privacy and Security in our <a href="%(healthreport)s">Internet Health Report</a>.
  • Stay informed.
  • Sign up. Read up. Get the Mozilla newsletter to stay smart on the issues affecting your life online.

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teach/smarton/surveillance.lang

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  • Stakeouts have always been an essential tool for law enforcement and national security.
  • This means being transparent and specific about information collection, and answering to independent oversight and to the public.
  • Take a stand
  • The first thing we can all do is keep our eyes and ears out – and make our voices heard.
  • Get informed
  • 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.
  • Close your blinds
  • These quick steps can help protect you from overreaching surveillance practices.
  • Always look for the padlock in your browser’s address bar.
  • Put a sticker in front of your webcam when you’re not using it.
  • 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.
  • Would you use the same key for your front door, your car, and your safety deposit box? Probably not.
  • 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>.
  • For the best protection, take advantage of 2-step authentication wherever it’s offered.
  • 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.
  • These apps use encryption to secure your phone calls, texts, picture and video communications.
  • 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).
  • Blast your surveillance smarts
  • 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?

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