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Mozilla used to use Revolution, made by T-26. This is no longer used as frequently on, but still can be seen on the Mozilla Cross-Reference. Mozilla Firefox uses the Meta Bold font, made by FontFont. It is used extensively throughout (for example, on Firefox's product page). Because it's been adopted more or less as the official commercial font for Mozilla and because new Mozilla products don't have a unique typeface attached to them, other products, such as Mozilla Thunderbird, use Meta Bold too.

Uploaded on June 21, 2010
Last updated on July 25, 2010

Mozilla Corporation
United States
FF Meta
Font author:
Erik Spiekermann

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Mozilla Corporation

The Mozilla Corporation (abbreviated MoCo) is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation that coordinates and integrates the development of Internet-related applications such as the Mozilla Firefox and SeaMonkey Navigator web browsers and the Mozilla Thunderbird email client by a growing global community of open-source developers, only some of whom are employed by the corporation itself. The corporation also distributes and promotes these products. Unlike the non-profit Mozilla Foundation, the Mozilla Corporation is a taxable entity. The Mozilla Corporation reinvests some or all of its profits back into the Mozilla projects. The Mozilla Corporation's stated aim is to work towards the Mozilla Foundation's public benefit to "promote choice and innovation on the Internet."