This June, Mozilla is graduating a big cohort of fellows — activists, coders and researchers who have spent the last 10 months working on issues like net neutrality and online privacy. More Fellowships, graduations and growing the movement
Today marks the launch of Mozilla’s first full edition of the Internet Health Report, an open source effort to explore the state of human life on the internet. More A scandal, a napkin
and the health of the internet
I had one big loud thought pounding in my head as I read the Cambridge Analytica headlines this past weekend: it’s time for Facebook users to say ‘enough is enough‘. More Enough is enough. Let’s tell Facebook what we want fixed.
One of Mozilla’s biggest strengths is the people — a global community of engineers, designers, educators, lawyers, scientists, researchers, artists, activists and every day users brought together with the common goal of making the internet healthier. More Mozilla Foundation is seeking a
VP, Leadership Programs
It’s easy to think the internet sucks these days. My day job is defending net neutrality and getting people to care about privacy and the like. From that perch, it more often than not feels like things are getting worse on the internet. More The internet doesn’t suck
It’s taken me 48 years to learn that life doesn’t neatly fall into the boxes on a calendar. It flows around them. More Staying the course in 2018
A decade after the Cape Town Open Education Declaration the movement is thriving. But there’s still important work to do. More CPT+10: A Bright Future for Open Education
The same set of questions seems to crop up whenever we — society — talk about emerging technology. More Is It Responsible?
Today, Mozilla is launching the prototype version of the Internet Health Report. With this open-source research project, we want to start a conversation with you, citizens of the Internet, about what is healthy, unhealthy, and what lies ahead for the Internet. More Digital Citizens, Let’s Talk About Internet Health