Mozilla News

Mozilla Awards Nearly $300,000 to Research Grant Winners

We’re happy to announce the results of the Mozilla Research Grant program for the first half of 2017. This was a competitive process, and after three rounds of judging, we settled on funding nine proposals in five countries for a […]

Introducing Paperstorm: Drop Airborne Leaflets to Fix EU Copyright

Mozilla and Moniker have created a digital advocacy tool that urges lawmakers to modernize EU copyright law   In the EU, outdated copyright law is threatening the health of the Internet. The EU’s current copyright framework — developed for a […]

Why the Next 10 Days Are Critical to the Internet’s Future

Net neutrality is in jeopardy again. We need another grassroots movement By Ashley Boyd, VP Advocacy A little over two years ago, the mood here at Mozilla — and across the broader Internet health movement — was jubilant. The Federal […]

Announcing the Equal Rating Innovation Challenge Winners

By Katharina Borchert Six months ago, we created the Equal Rating Innovation Challenge to add an additional dimension to the important work Mozilla has been leading around the concept of “Equal Rating.” In addition to policy and research, we wanted […]

A $2 Million Prize for Building a More Accessible Internet

The National Science Foundation is sponsoring two challenges powered by Mozilla. Our goal: support big ideas that keep the web accessible, decentralized and resilient   The Internet can help a young girl in Chicago’s South Side learn how to write […]

Mozilla Statement on Immigration Executive Order

Although today’s order was presented as a new Executive Order on immigration, the few changes in it – including allowing exceptions for current visa holders and permanent residents – fundamentally fail to address the issues we had with the previous […]