Posts from May, 2017

Mozilla Thimble Gets a Makeover

We’re introducing major upgrades to our educational code editor   Learning to code—from getting the hang of HTML tags to mastering the nuances of JavaScript—shouldn’t be a challenge. It should be fun, intuitive, hands-on and free of cost. That’s why […]

One Step Closer to a Closed Internet

Today, the FCC voted on Chairman Ajit Pai’s proposal to repeal and replace net neutrality protections enacted in 2015. The verdict: to move forward with Pai’s proposal   We’re deeply disheartened. Today’s FCC vote to repeal and replace net neutrality […]

WannaCry is a Cry for VEP Reform

This weekend, a vulnerability in some versions of the Windows operating system resulted in the biggest cybersecurity attack in years. The so-called “WannaCry” malware relied on at least one exploit included in the latest Shadow Brokers release. As we have […]