Skip to comments.Why Breitbart News Looks Different
Posted on 04/09/2014 9:57:03 AM PDT by Nachum
Are you visiting Breitbart News and wondering just why our website looks so odd?
Heres the answer: today, Breitbart News has decided to create a visual presentation. This visual presentation is designed to show Americans just what it would mean for those with control of the internet browsers we all use to censor our content the way they now censor those who work for them.
The point is this: Firefox is now a company that censors. Mozilla decided last week to force the resignation of CEO Brendan Eich after dating company OkCupid blocked all traffic from Mozilla Firefox, stating that Eich was one of their enemies for his $1,000 2008 donation to the Proposition 8 campaign for traditional marriage. Eich had never discriminated against a gay person; Mozilla had never discriminated against a gay person. Nonetheless, he had to be shamed and publicly scourged from his position by the totalitarian left a scourging approved by many in the gay rights movement more focused on power politics than free speech and privacy.
(Excerpt) Read more at breitbart.com ...
They’ll never censor the ads I guess.
|Wow, look at||
We need to act fast. Who will stand and fight? Once the net is ripped from us we will have little in the way of communication. We need ‘Red’ states to stand their ground. Or the regime and the feckless dictator in DC will grab all the power and send us all to his gulags.
Looks like the return from a FOIA request.
Which is why I still use Firefox.
Until I find a comparable browser (that lets me block almost all ads), I will stick to what works. It is not like I paid them a lot for it.
I switched to Pale Moon and it blocks the ads
Many people will want to ditch Firefox anyway once mozilla forces the new uncustomizable UI on everyone.
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