Thoughts from Gary Kovacs

Gary Kovacs is the CEO of Mozilla. He loves the Web. And Hockey.

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Bringing the World’s Next 2 Billion People Online

I am pleased to be here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona sharing our plans for Firefox OS with the world. Last year, we showed a vision for what the Web could be on mobile, and this year we are making that vision a reality. On Sunday, we announced widespread industry support for Firefox OS, and… Read more

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From CTIA Wireless 2012: The Web Will Connect our Future

Today I have the honor of delivering the opening keynote at CTIA Wireless 2012 with a presentation titled “The Web Will Connect our Future.” Alongside speakers that range from the CEOs of the top US mobile operators to President Bill Clinton, I was humbled to be asked to represent Mozilla and present on an inspirational… Read more

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Quest for Transparency

I’ve just finished up presenting at TED University this morning on a topic I’m very passionate about — privacy.  Few people realize the extent to which the tracking of our online activities is occurring, and who is doing it. At best, it would make most uncomfortable. And at it’s worst, it makes many of us… Read more

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Mozilla and PIPA/SOPA

On Wed, Jan 18, Mozilla will demonstrate our opposition to PIPA/SOPA by blacking out key Mozilla websites. While we generally support the end goal of the legislation – to limit online piracy of legitimate content – we believe that both PIPA and SOPA, in their current drafts, have serious flaws in the proposed implementation of… Read more

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Mozilla in 2012

Today is an exciting day for Mozilla: We’re pleased to announce that we have negotiated a significant and mutually beneficial revenue agreement with Google. This new agreement extends our long term search relationship with Google for at least three additional years. As 2011 comes to a close, I reflect on my year with Mozilla. It… Read more

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