Mozilla joins Internet Society

Mozilla's Josh Aas announced on his blog that the browser maker was joining the Internet Society (ISOC) as a "Silver" member, in order to support its Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) work on core protocols beyond HTTP. "Today we’re heavily involved in IETF working groups relating to key Internet technologies such as TLS, HTTP and HTTP/2, RTCWeb, WebSockets, and others." ISOC, of course, is the parent organization of IETF and an alphabet soup of other Internet standards bodies.