Blake Ross was born and raised in Florida, but he moved to California at the young age of 15 to intern with Netscape (‘90s kids would recognize the browser). Ross soon realized that there was a need for a more streamlined user interface and decided to code his browser and started the Mozilla project. Back in the day, when Microsoft’s Internet Explorer was a dominating browser, Blake Ross created a secure, faster, and open-source alternative that gained popularity. Dubbed “Mister Firefox,” Ross transformed the way people surfed the world wide web forever. Considering how valuable this enterprise turned out to be, we sure wonder how Ross dealt with liability insurance for intellectual property amidst the competition.