Mozilla News

Mozilla’s Vision for a Healthy, Sustainable Web

Not surprisingly, the latest discussions around content blocking have resulted in a polarizing debate about the users who choose to block content as a way to control their Web experience, and the commercial interests who monetize that content. All of […]

Help Test Private Browsing with Tracking Protection in Firefox Beta

Firefox Beta, with experimental new features like Tracking Protection in Private Browsing, is now available for testing. We’re always working to give users more choice and control over their Web experience and we have a hypothesis that users have a […]

Firefox for iOS Now Available for Preview

Today we are delighted to begin the roll out in New Zealand of our first public preview version of a Firefox browser for iOS. Preview to collect feedback Our goal is to create a great browsing experience for iOS with […]

Forging an Alliance for Royalty-Free Video

Things are moving fast for royalty-free video codecs. A month ago, the IETF NETVC Working Group had its first meeting and two weeks ago Cisco announced Thor. Today, we’re taking the next big step in this industry-wide effort with the […]

Mozilla Webmaker, Meet the World

Mozilla is excited to announce that Webmaker for Android emerges from beta today. You can download the new version of our free, open source app from Google Play at Mozilla built Webmaker to empower first-time smartphone users and mobile-first […]

Safeguarding Choice and Control Online

We are calling on Microsoft to “undo” its aggressive move to override user choice on Windows 10 Mozilla exists to bring choice, control and opportunity to everyone on the Web. We build Firefox and our other products for this reason. […]

New Sharing Features in Firefox

Whichever social network you choose, it’s undeniable that being social is a key part of why you enjoy the Web. Firefox is built to put you in control, including making it easier to share anything you like on the Web’s […]