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Mozilla Rally is a program led by Mozilla to better understand the Web, how people interact with it, and how people use their browsers. It is currently available in the Firefox browser through an add-on you can download from the official website. See the About Mozilla Rally article to learn how to install the add-on.
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What data does Mozilla Rally collect?
Your Demographic Data
This includes information about gender, race/ethnicity, education level, household income, and zip code. This is optional, and you can choose the type of data you want to share with every study.
Your Device’s Technical Data
This includes information related to your operating system and IP address. This information is only stored temporarily.
Your Interaction Data
Mozilla Rally collects information about your interactions with Firefox, like the number and type of Firefox Add-ons you have installed, your interactions with the Rally add-on itself, or the duration of your active browsing session.
Your Location Data
This includes your country, city, and state location, which is determined by your IP address.
To opt out of a study
- Click on the Mozilla Rally icon to be taken to your current study.
- Click on the
To withdraw from Mozilla Rally
- Click on the Mozilla Rally icon to be taken to your current studies.
- Click the
How long do you keep my account data?
Mozilla Rally stores your data for as long as you participate in an individual, active study or the Rally program.