Mozilla statement on CIA / WikiLeaks

Today, the organization WikiLeaks published a compendium of information alleged to be documents from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) pertaining to tools and techniques to compromise the security of mobile phones, computers, and internet-connected devices. We released the following … Read more

We Are All Creators Now

For the past several months, the U.S. Copyright Office has been collecting comments on a part of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), specifically related to intermediary liability and safe harbors. Under the current law, internet companies – think, for … Read more

Discussing online security and risk

We live so much of our lives online. Building a healthier internet is part of protecting our way of life, and is central to Mozilla’s mission. But we can’t protect the Internet alone – it’s a shared responsibility. Participating in … Read more

Continuing Advances in Patent Quality

As we have previously written, long term patent terms impede the short innovation cycle and continuous iteration of software development. Innovation is harmed by overbroad software patents that cover large swaths of general activity and create uncertainty as to litigation. … Read more