Here’s the script (with a different voice for each line), which I just transcribed:
Who owns the Internet?
The answer is no one.
The answer is everyone.
Which is why thousands of volunteers around the globe give their time and talent
To create an Internet experience that’s owned by everyone.
And doesn’t own you.
Where your information isn’t being bought and sold.
Where power is in your hands.
Not in a corporate database.
That’s why ten years ago we created Firefox.
Nonprofit. Non-corporate. Non-compromised.
Choosing Firefox isn’t just choosing a browser.
It’s a vote for personal freedom.
It’s how we keep your independence online burning bright.
ProjectVRM has been about two things from the start: engagement and independence. All browsers are tools for engagement. But only one stands for independence. Hat’s off to the Mozilla and Firefox teams for standing on the side of everybody. And happy 10th anniversary.
Bonus link: a search for more on Firefox v.33.1.