Mozilla on Monday offered an alternative to the Federal Communiations Commission’s controversial proposal to restore net neutrality.
Mozilla’s co-founder and recently named CEO, Brendan Eich, is stepping down after his anti-gay marriage support became a source of turmoil within and without the company.
Newly appointed Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has his share of detractors, but few are more high-profile than massive dating site OkCupid.
The advertising world is used to tech startups that resist its charms, and WhatsApp’s founders are just the latest in a long line of techies who seem to have nothing but disdain for the world of marketing.
Mozilla is embracing advertising with sponsored content in its Web browser and potentially within a new editorial initiative it calls Voices. The developer of Firefox announced that it would sell sponsored positions within its desktop browser.The company developed a native advertising format called Directory Tiles, which will display promoted content to Firefox users.
The Digital Advertising Alliance wants to be ready when Mozilla starts blocking cookies by default in its Firefox Web browser.
First Safari and now Firefox are blocking third-party companies from dropping cookies on publishers’ sites to protect users’ privacy. Those moves hurt revenues of the smaller publishers that depend on third parties to sell ads.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau escalated its attack on Mozilla for its new Firefox browser that blocks third-party cookies by default, cutting ad networks dead in their tracks.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau' lashed out Saturday at a new Firefox policy to block third-party cookies, effectively cutting off ad networks' ability to track users. That could be put a crimp in the growing online behavioral advertising business, but give privacy advocates a victory in their attempts to give users more control over their online information.
Alright, logo pigs—shuffle up to the trough for your latest meal. A fun little feature over at StockLogos.com looks at the evolution of some famous corporate logos, and tongue-in-cheek predictions for what they might look like in the future.