Gervase Markham has been involved in the Mozilla project since the turn of the millennium, and has made contributions in many different areas, from QA to web compatibility, governance to Bugzilla. His security ideas are behind the recent CSP and Subresource Integrity W3C specifications. He currently works for Mozilla on public policy, security, and copyright. He believes that the TLS/CA system is the worst way of doing public Internet communications security, apart from all the others.
Gerv is a committed Christian, and member of The Crowded House in Sheffield, UK, where he lives with his wife and three children. The title of his blog, Hacking for Christ, reflects his view that Christians should do everything to the glory of God.
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