Mozilla Chairwoman Mitchell Baker said the company “has been remaking” itself in recent years, and the Guardian reports it is releasing a suite of privacy-focused services. Mozilla has launched data-breach-reporting service Monitor, password manager Lockwise and privacy-focused file-sharing service Send. It is also beta-testing a virtual private network service, “which it hopes to market to privacy-conscious users,” the article states. Baker added, “In the early days, we thought all companies and social networks cared about us and cared for us. And increasingly it has become clear that, no, you need someone looking out for you.”
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