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15 hours ago

Banks and Retailers Are Tracking How You Type, Swipe and Tap

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15 hours ago

This is what being in love looks like – in pictures

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1 day ago

Here’s what we think about your privacy at Mozilla

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AP Exclusive: Google tracks your movements, like it or not

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3 days ago

Campaigns and candidates still easy prey for hackers

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4 days ago

Pocket’s 30 Million Users Are Great for Publishers

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5 days ago

Rapid Fire: Marshall Erwin talks trust and security at Mozilla and Firefox

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5 days ago

Pocket’s 30 Million Users Are Great for Publishers

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7 days ago

Firefox’s latest experiment recommends stories based on your browsing history

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14 days ago

WeTransfer keeps privacy and community at heart

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15 days ago

For Sale: Survey Data on Millions of High School Students

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18 days ago

Miles is an app that tracks your every move in exchange for deals and discounts

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18 days ago

Witten: NFL players, turn off your mentions

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18 days ago

The Fact-Checkers Who Want to Save the World

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20 days ago

In 2010, Susan Gerbic started a Wikipedia project to “improve skeptical content” on the crowdsourced encyclopedia, by writing new articles about topics like people who claim to have supernatural abilities and improving existing ones about groups like those who believe the Earth is flat. Today, the Guerrilla Skepticism on Wikipedia project has more than 120 volunteer editors from around the world.

The 'Guerrilla' Wikipedia Editors Who Combat Conspiracy Theories

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25 days ago

"I mentioned those menacing little red dots on Instagram that always draw me back in. Those are everywhere. And I have this innate desire in me to make them disappear, it’s very annoying."

The Ringer’s Alyssa Bereznak on Gamification and the Attention Economy

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25 days ago

Wikimedia Foundation and Kiwix partner to grow offline access to Wikipedia – Wikimedia Blog

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26 days ago

"Mozilla will continue to build competitive products and to advocate for effective policies and approaches to build a competitive and open technology ecosystem."

Mozilla Responds to European Commission’s Google Android Decision

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27 days ago

What if people were paid for their data?

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27 days ago

The Biggest Spender of Political Ads on Facebook? President Trump

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27 days ago

EU Hits Google With Record $5 Billion Antitrust Fine

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28 days ago

A bipartisan step for net neutrality

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29 days ago

Games, Gaming, and Gamification

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32 days ago

UX Evolutions: How Firefox Has Changed over the Last 14 Years

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33 days ago

Have the Tech Giants Grown Too Powerful? That’s an Easy One

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34 days ago

An Invisible Tax on the Web: Video Codecs

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35 days ago

Mozilla wants to make Firefox your iOS password manager

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35 days ago

With Lockbox and Notes, Mozilla launches its first set of mobile Test Pilot experiments

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36 days ago

The Worst Cybersecurity Breaches of 2018 So Far

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36 days ago

Elon Musk says this crucial skill is what made Steve Jobs and Bill Gates successful

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40 days ago

How Smart TVs in Millions of U.S. Homes Track More Than What’s On Tonight

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40 days ago

EU Parliament rejects rubber stamping disastrous copyright bill

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41 days ago

Best Browser of 2018: Mozilla Firefox

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42 days ago

WHATTTTT?

Samsung phones are spontaneously texting users’ photos to random contacts without their permission

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42 days ago

Why Is There a ‘Gaming Disorder’ But No ‘Smartphone Disorder?’

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43 days ago

“Some of these activities actually infringe on European copyright rules, while others are allowed under the parody or quotation exceptions. Do you know which is which?”

The EU’s disastrous copyright reform will sabotage internet culture

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43 days ago

“I Was Devastated”: Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets

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46 days ago

"Advances in technology has mostly made our lives better, but as privacy concerns rise and fake news spreads, we are starting to see the downside of giving tech companies mostly unchecked power."

A Nobel-winning economist’s guide to taming tech monopolies

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48 days ago

How can we make tech more accountable?

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48 days ago

Firefox and 1Password now bring data breach notifications to you

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48 days ago

“If you were expecting the ultimate “6 things successful women do before 8 a.m.” you should skip this section because you will be disappointed. I do everything we’re told not to do, and I refuse to feel guilty about that.”

How To Boss It Like: Katharina Borchert, Chief Innovation Officer at Mozilla

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49 days ago

'I downloaded all my Facebook data and it was a nightmare'

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49 days ago

"The word ‘data’ makes it sounds like we’re talking about numbers, but what we’re really talking about is our friendships, our relationships, our memories, our ups and our downs."

'I downloaded all my Facebook data and it was a nightmare'

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49 days ago

Mozilla’s Firefox aims to alert users if they’ve been hacked

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50 days ago

"Though the brigading of review sites and doxxing behavior isn’t exactly new, the speed and coordination is; one consequence of a never-ending information war is that everyone is already well versed in their specific roles."

Yelp, The Red Hen, And How All Tech Platforms Are Now Pawns In The Culture War

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50 days ago

The Supreme Court Scores a Win for Privacy

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50 days ago

Apple News launches 2018 Midterm Elections section

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51 days ago

How Will Voice Control Change the Web Browser?

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53 days ago

"It’s clear: our world is more connected today than ever before. It’s not all good, and it’s not all bad. But it’s all new, and it’s changing our human experience. We log on to find love. To do business. To join communities. But every time we access the Web, we enter into agreements with big tech. What are these agreements? What do we gain, and what do we lose? Season 3 of IRL is all about exploring those tradeoffs."

Introducing Season 3 of IRL, Mozilla’s Original Podcast

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54 days ago

Trump Stokes Outrage in Silicon Valley—But It's Selective

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