Mozilla: it's time for a new era in web privacy

The browser has to do more to protect your life online

Passwords are broken. Privacy needs a helping hand online. And we live too much of our lives online to let any one site or provider own too much of it. What we need, says Mozilla vice president Jay Sullivan, is Privacy 2.0.




Mary (Twitter, Google+, website) started her career at Future Publishing, saw the AOL meltdown first hand the first time around when she ran the AOL UK computing channel, and she's been a freelance tech writer for over a decade. She's used every version of Windows and Office released, and every smartphone too, but she's still looking for the perfect tablet. Yes, she really does have USB earrings.