Unfck the internet
We love it, we need it, and we can all feel the ways it’s fcked. Together we can unfck it. Start by choosing the only non-profit-backed, people-first browser.
Demand an honest internet for the US elections
Have faith in what you read again
Provocative headlines on social media too often lead you down a misinformation minefield. Pocket helps you find human-curated, trusted news sources so you can be an informed citizen.
Stop ‘trending topics’ from misleading voters
Just because a topic is trending on Twitter does not make it true — and misinfo spreaders and conspiracy theorists capitalize on this feature. As we draw closer to the US election in November, join Mozilla in demanding that Twitter turn off trending topics.
Get extremist group recommendations off FB
Facebook Groups have become breeding grounds for misleading campaigns and extremist organizations. Tell Facebook to pause Group recommendations until the election results are certified.
Shine a light on political ads
What you see online is not what your across-the-aisle uncle does. Hold advertisers accountable for misinformation by sharing the political ads you see to a public database.
Put a lid on Facebook
This extension helps prevent Facebook from following you around the rest of the web — which they are definitely doing, even if you don’t have an account. The less data they have on you, the less they can give away to bad actors.
More actions you can take
Close the YouTube rabbit hole
Ever fall for a YouTube video recommendation you regretted? This extension doesn’t give you a redo, but it might just keep it from happening to others.
Choose independent, ethical tech
The more people who use independent tech like Firefox, the greater the effect. Get yourself some unfcked messaging, content, email and more.
What we’re doing
Here’s how Firefox unfcks the internet
The makers of our phones, apps and browsers start chasing us the minute we open them. Because the more data they collect about you, the more there is to sell you — and the more of you there is to sell. Firefox doesn’t work that way. We help keep the online lives of our 225M users out of the almighty algorithm.
Privacy = freedom
The Firefox browser is built to protect your privacy at every turn — because that’s the fastest way to free you from slow loads, bad ads, hackers and trackers. We get the worst of the internet out of the way so there’s more room for the best.
Meet the Browser
People over profits. Always.
Firefox was released in 2004 to bring innovation and open opportunity to the internet. Our parent company is a non-profit. The Wall Street Journal has called us “the Bernie Sanders” of browsers, and we’ll take it. Because we’ll never stop fighting for what we believe in: a safe, accessible, and welcoming internet for all.
GIF a fck
Do you have feelings about the internet? Chances are we’ve got a GIF for that.Go to Giphy