Their distinct organizational structure ensures that every action they make supports their mission: to keep the internet open and accessible. Mozilla Corporation is completely owned by the non-profit Mozilla Foundation and is not beholden to shareholders or investors.
Mozilla Corporation’s workforce creates, builds, and distributes software that lets people use the internet on their own terms, in collaboration with their communities of 20,000+ contributors and collaborators. Their main product, the Firefox browser, has evolved into a suite of products that protects users and warns them of potential threats, secures passwords, and provides a secure VPN (with more to come).
Mozilla Festival (MozFest)
MozFest is a one-of-a-kind hybrid: part art, tech, and society conference – and the premier gathering of activists from various global movements working for a more humane digital world.
The following are the highlights of the event:
Hundreds of sessions
Immersive seminars that teach best practices for privacy, create answers to online disinformation and harassment, create open-source tools, and encourage Trustworthy AI advances, among other things.
Tens of thousands of participants
Every year, artists, activists, technologists, designers, students, and journalists from all around the world attend MozFest.
MozFest has driven the campaign to guarantee that the internet benefits humanity rather than damages it over the years. They are committed to our efforts to create a safer internet and more trustworthy artificial intelligence.