Mozilla Rally Emerges As A Novel Privacy-Centric Internet Data Sharing Platform
The primary concern one would have with Mozilla Rally is privacy, but as Mozilla states, it is “Built for the browser with privacy and transparency at its core,” allowing users to control and contribute any browsing data they generate. If this manages to take off, the crowdsourced data will be used to “help understand some of the biggest problems of the internet and make it better,” as Rally Project Lead Rebecca Weiss explains.
If this sort of research sounds valuable to you, you can participate in Rally at rally.mozilla.org through Firefox, so long as you are 19 years of age or older. If data points are collected from you at the end of the day, they should at least go to a beneficial place. On the other hand, data collection is still data collection, but let us know what you think of this initiative either way in the comments below.