Firefox Census


FFirefox doesn’t collect personal data from its users because it is deeply invested in user privacy. As a means of drawing attention to its lean data practices, Firefox created a census for its users, with playful questions about things like your philosophical stance on hair colors, and your take on the year 1992. Responses were collected anonymously and shared via social media. These graphics accompanied social posts about the census results and also appeared in a blog post about the census.