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  • If you use Mozilla's services, you're agreeing to these Terms, which can affect your legal rights.
  • Content from Mozilla is generally available under open licenses for public use.
  • Content that doesn't explicitly fall under open licenses may require permission to use.
  • Mozilla's trademarks and logos cannot be used without prior written permission, except in limited circumstances.
  • You can contribute to Mozilla's open source projects under the corresponding project licenses.
  • Mozilla may send you transactional emails related to your account or subscriptions.
  • Mozilla disclaims all warranties to the extent permitted by law, which means using their services is at your own risk.
  • Mozilla's liability is limited, and they won't be liable for indirect damages like data loss or lost profits.
  • Mozilla may update these Terms and will notify users of significant changes.
  • Any legal disputes with Mozilla must be resolved in the courts of Santa Clara County, California.

Things to watch out for

  • Content licensing restrictions may limit how you can use Mozilla's materials.
  • Trademarks and logos have strict usage guidelines and generally require permission.
  • Mozilla's disclaimer of warranties means they don't guarantee the services will be error-free or uninterrupted.
  • Be aware of the limitation of liability, which caps potential recovery at $500.

AI recommendations

Before engaging with Mozilla's services, make sure you understand the open license terms for content use and contribution. Be cautious with how you use Mozilla's trademarks and logos, as misuse could lead to legal issues. Remember that Mozilla limits its liability, so consider the risks of using their services, especially if you rely on them for business or critical activities. Keep an eye out for updates to the Terms and review them, as continued use of the services indicates acceptance.


Can I use Mozilla's content for my own purposes?

Yes, but you must adhere to the licensing terms provided, which typically allow for public sharing and reuse under open licenses. Some content may require additional permission.

Am I allowed to use Mozilla's trademarks and logos?

Generally, you need advance written permission to use Mozilla's trademarks and logos, except in a few limited circumstances.

What happens if there is a legal dispute with Mozilla?

Any legal disputes must be resolved in the courts of Santa Clara County, California, and Mozilla's liability in such disputes is capped at $500.

(Last updated: 09th December, 2023)

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