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Mozilla’s Comments in Response to the FTC’s Inquiry on Privacy

March 2nd, 2011

Last week Mozilla submitted comments to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in response to their request for comment on a proposal describing a new framework for protecting consumer privacy in both online and offline environments. The FTC sought input on a broad range of of issues from online privacy protections for children to the blending…

jQuery 1.5.1 Supports IE9

March 2nd, 2011

Last week the jQuery team announced the release of jQuery 1.5.1. This is a bug fix release to jQuery 1.5 that includes a particularly exciting note: “jQuery now supports Internet Explorer 9 as a top level browser.” This means all known issues with IE9 have been resolved and new issues will be resolved before future…

New book: Drupal Intranets with Open Atrium

March 1st, 2011

In today’s global society, online collaboration has gained tremendous importance as businesses look for ways to share ideas and collaborate easily. Open Atrium is a powerful and flexible Drupal installation that provides intranet solutions to businesses and organizations for sharing ideas. It is used to create intranets where co-workers or teams can collaborate easily. But…

ActiveX Filtering for Consumers

March 1st, 2011

ActiveX Filtering in the IE9 Release Candidate gives you greater control over how Web pages run on your PC. With ActiveX Filtering, you can turn off ActiveX controls for all Web sites and then turn them back on selectively as you see fit. While ActiveX controls like Adobe Flash are important for Web experiences today…