Ubuntu users and privacy advocates have won a big victory as Canonical’s Michael Hall announced yesterday that future versions of Unity will give users the option to opt-in to searches using online sources. Back in September 2012, I had reached out to both the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Free Software Foundation (FSF) and blogged […]
From Wednesday through Sunday, I was in Los Angeles for the Southern California Linux Expo (Scale12x) held at the Hilton LAX. This was my first Scale12x and this was the second year that Mozilla had official presence. To be honest, I’m not totally sure what I was expecting when going to Scale12x. I thought it […]
There has been a lot of sensational writing by a number of media outlets over the last 24 hours in reaction to a post by Darren Herman who is VP of Content Services. Lots of people have been asking me whether there will be ads in Firefox and pointing out these articles that have sprung […]
Tomorrow is The Day We Fight Back and its good to know Mozilla is lending its name to support this day of action which focuses on restoring privacy and ending spying by intelligence agencies. You can signup and add the code or if you use WordPress install the plugin and help support TDWFB!