Get Smart On International Data Privacy Day

Denelle Dixon-Thayer

Today is International Data Privacy Day. It is a day designed to raise awareness and promote best practices for privacy and data protection. It is a day that looks to the future and recognizes that we can and should do better as an industry. It reminds us that we need to focus on the importance of having the trust of our users. At Mozilla, we start from the baseline that privacy and security on the Web are fundamental and not optional. We are transparent with our users about our data practices and provide them options for choice and control. We seek to build trust so we can collectively create the Web our users want – the Web we all want. Still, we are working to do better. Continue reading …

Firefox OS Unlocks the Power of the Web as the Platform Across Expanding Ecosystem of Partners and Devices

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Panasonic Introduces 4K Ultra HD Life+ Screen TVs Powered by Firefox OS

Mozilla, the mission-based organization dedicated to promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web, today announced new developments that show the power and flexibility of Firefox OS and the Web platform across device categories and user experiences. Continue reading …

Mozilla and Telenor Announce WebRTC Competency Center to Advance WebRTC and Help Standardization

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Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) is changing the way people communicate over the Web by enabling developers to more easily integrate real-time communications on websites, mobile Web apps or video conferencing systems. WebRTC makes complex real-time communications technology available to everyone, driving a wave of new communications services that significantly improves user choice. Continue reading …

Mozilla Joins Hour of Code

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For the second year in a row, Mozilla is a partner in the Hour of Code, and we hope you’ll join us.

This  campaign launched in 2013, to align with Computer Science Education Week, and to demystify code and show that anyone can learn the basics. While we’re surrounded by technology and the web in our daily lives, few people understand how it all works. In our mission to protect the open web as a global resource for all, we must educate others about how and why the web exists, but also how the web is a creative platform with endless possibilities and opportunities now and for our future.

Last  year, 15 million students  participated in the Hour of Code. It was  supported by education and technology leaders like Amazon.com, Yahoo! and Boys & Girls Club of America, as well as celebrities and teachers from school districts across the globe. This year, the goal is to reach 100 million students, to introduce them to one hour of computer science as an entry point to learning about computational thinking, problem-solving, and to nurture their creativity on new  platforms. 

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