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Who We Are

The Mozilla privacy team works to build a consistent approach to privacy that puts users in control. This page highlights what we do, how we can help you, how to get involved, and how to find us. Privacy reviews are needed whenever Mozilla (customer, contributor, user, employee) data is involved.

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When To Contact Us

Activities that require a privacy review

For more on the Privacy Review Process - see below.

How to contact us

Privacy Principles

Active Projects

Privacy Review Process

Privacy Reviews (by category)

Technical Privacy Reviews

How To Guides and Best Practices

Privacy Council

A small but growing group of technical experts. See recent activities and wiki

Privacy Friends

  • Need some help within your own group? Contact your Privacy Friend. If you don't see your group listed, contact us and we'll put you in touch with someone who can help.

Internal Policies and Practices


The Privacy & Policy team has weekly meetings on Monday from 3-4pm PST.

  • Phone dial-in: +1 650-903-0800 x92 9 7748 #
  • Vidyo: Privacy group room [participation link]
  • San Francisco: Bay Bridge on the 3rd floor
  • Mountain View: Peanut Butter Jelly on the 3rd floor

The Privacy Council has ad-hoc meetings currently.


In the News

How to get involved

Join our Privacy news/discussion groups

You can use Mozilla discussion forums as email lists, over the web with Google Groups, or as a newsgroup. Thunderbird newsgroup instructions.

  • Subscribe to mozilla.privacy mailing list or Google Group -- for policy and non-engineering-related discussions
  • Subscribe to mozilla.dev.privacy mailing list or Google Group -- for discussions about engineering work or features for the web

Join Mozilla's Privacy Council

Are you an engineer with an interest in privacy? Find out more about Mozilla's Privacy Council here.

Privacy Contribution Pathways

Interested in helping with privacy? Click here.

Privacy Titles Available via Safari Books