Articles in “privacy”

What data protection should look like in India

Mozilla recently filed comments with the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in response to their consultation paper “Privacy, Security, and Ownership of Data in the Telecom Sector.” In our … Read more

Making Privacy More Transparent

How do you make complex privacy information easily accessible and understandable to users?  At Mozilla, we’ve been thinking through this for the past several months from different perspectives: user experience, … Read more

Engaging on e-Privacy at the European Parliament

Last week, I participated in the European Parliament’s Technical Roundtable regarding the draft e-Privacy Regulation currently under consideration – specifically, I joined the discussion on “cookies”. The Roundtable was hosted … Read more

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 … Read more