Articles in “Mozilla Community”

Why is ITU Governance of the Internet a Bad Idea?

We, along with many other Internet denizens, have serious concerns about the World Congress on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12), which the International Telecommunications Union will convene today in Dubai. Our concerns … Read more

The ITU and You

The Internet has always been guided forwards by collaborative, open approaches. We believe that these approaches are one of the reasons why the Web has become and remained the wonderful, … Read more

Join The Firefox Challenge This Holiday Season

We’re excited to announce the launch of the second annual Firefox Challenge, a competition to raise awareness and funds for charitable causes. Mozilla builds products, like Firefox, that put users … Read more

Mozilla and Community-Prioritized Web Standards

Editor’s Note: Brendan Eich, Mozilla CTO, posted on his blog today about Mozilla and community-prioritized Web standards, excerpted below. Mozilla is happy to support Facebook in forming a Core Mobile … Read more

Mozilla Fights for the Internet’s Future

Starting at midnight, Mozilla will join other leading Internet companies, public interest groups and citizens in opposing The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the US House of Representatives. We’re … Read more

Update on Mozilla Enterprise User Working Group

Mozilla recently re-established the Mozilla Enterprise User Working Group as a place for enterprise developers, IT staff and Firefox developers to discuss the challenges, ideas and best practices for deploying … Read more

State of Mozilla and 2009 Financial Statements

Editor’s Note: Today, Mozilla released our annual report and 2009 financial statements. You can find full details on the annual report website. Included below is an excerpt from Mitchell Baker’s … Read more