Over the past few months, a team at Mozilla has been looking closely at the recent remote hacking cases currently winding their way through the courts. Because the cases involve the possible disclosure of a potential Firefox vulnerability, we wanted to understand both the best outcome for our users and, more generally, the circumstances when courts would be the appropriate venue for such disclosures.
Marshall Erwin is the Head of Trust at Mozilla and is a Non-Residential Fellow at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School. He previously served as the intelligence specialist at the Congressional Research Service and as a counterterrorism analyst within the intelligence community.
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