What a difference a decade makes. This week, the Firefox web browser turned 10. That anniversary, though, marked something more than the birth of a web browser. It marked a push by Mozilla to try to keep the web open. In this blog post, Mozilla’s CEO Chris Beard reflects on where Mozilla and Firefox have been, and where they’re going.
Elsewhere on the web, Mozilla’s Mitchell Baker writes at re/code about Mozilla and Firefox’s work to create an open internet. And Mashable has put together a timeline with fun facts and notable accomplishments.
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