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

Fighting Crime Shouldn’t Kill the Internet

The internet has long been a vehicle for creators and commerce. Yesterday, the Senate introduced a bill that would impose significant limitations on protections that have created vibrant online communities … 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

Fair Use is Essential to Software Development

Creativity and innovation do not occur in a vacuum. The greatest songs, movies, and art are frequently at least inspired by and sometimes borrow heavily from predecessors and contemporaries. Software … Read more