Mozilla Rally for Chrome
More About Mozilla Rally
Mozilla Rally is a simple extension that allows people to contribute their browsing data to make the internet a better place for all. Data is securely shared with researchers and journalists working to understand privacy issues and societal problems that start or grow online.
Data from community members like you has already uncovered:
❗️ The U.S. Department of Education’s FAFSA website sent personal data about applicants to Facebook.
❗️ Many U.S. hospitals sent sensitive patient information to Facebook.
AND WE’RE JUST GETTING STARTED. You can join us!
• ⬇️ Download the Mozilla Rally Extension
• ⌨️ Make an account at: https://rally.mozilla.org/
• 👍 Consent to data collection
We want you to know what data is sent to other companies like Google™, Meta™/Facebook™, Pinterest™, Snapchat™, TikTok™, Twitter™, and YouTube™ as you surf the web. Unlike Big Tech, you control your data donation to Mozilla Rally and choose what you want to share. Plus, we’ll keep you updated about how your data helps Mozilla Rally projects.
Currently available on Chrome and Firefox desktop browsers in the U.S. for users 19+.
It’s your data. ➡️ Use it for change.
A big THANK YOU to our early adopters whose data is behind the following headlines:
📎 “Facebook’s Pervasive Pixel” - The Markup
📎 “Go Read This Exposé on How FAFSA Got Caught Sending Personal Info to Facebook” - The Verge
📎 “Meta Sued Over Claims Patient Data Secretly Sent to Facebook” - Bloomberg
📎 “Meta Faces Mounting Questions from Congress on Health Data Privacy as Hospitals Remove Facebook Tracker” - STAT News
📎 “Some Hospitals are Giving Private Data to Facebook” - Mashable