Mozilla Announces Weave

Mozilla labs announced today that they are working on "blending of the desktop and the Web through deeper integration of the browser with online services."

The new project, duped Weave will focus on finding ways to enhance the Firefox user experience, increase user control over personal information, and provide new opportunities for developers to build innovative online experiences.

Weave's basic principles :
- provide a basic set of optional Mozilla-hosted online services
- ensure that it is easy for people to set up their own services with freely available open standards-based tools
- provide users with the ability to fully control and customize their online experience, including whether and how their data should be shared with their family, their friends, and third-parties
- respect individual privacy (e.g. client-side encryption by default with the ability to delegate access rights)
- leverage existing open standards and propose new ones as needed
- build a extensible architecture like Firefox

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Mozilla Announces Weave

sounds bad to me, encryption can be broken / back-doored. according to the diagram pretty soon all your friends family and ISP will be able to see that you just downloaded 12 teraquads of porn from your 2 pcs and other mobile devices

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