Mozilla co-founder Mitchell Baker: 'Technology being everywhere all the time is a big challenge'
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Our guest on today’s show is Mitchell Baker; the co-founder and chairwoman of Mozilla and who was once branded the Internet’s “chief lizard wrangler”. Mozilla developed the open-source browser Firefox and is now one of the loudest voices arguing for an open and accessible internet.
For Baker, Mozilla’s message is about “blending economic good, private economic incentive, and social good, with the parts of humanity that aren’t generating revenue”. While Mozilla may have been perceived as “cute” in the past because of its non-profit stance, Baker says many are now "starting to understand that technology has a deep impact on society”.
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