begrudgingly implements tracking protection by default, after being shamed into it yet again by Safari, the DuckDuckGo browser, and Gnome Web (just the ones I know who implemented it first) and talks a good talk while still having Google as its default search engine and continuing to get hundreds of millions from Google/Alphabet, Inc. – the largest surveillance capitalist in the world. (Mozilla Corp is ~entirely funded by surveillance capitalism.)


@aral I'm getting a little tired of your constant Mozilla bashing. I agree, that partnership with Google is problematic, but until there's another funding source at least there's a second non-Webkit open source browser engine. Take away that money and Firefox risks fading into oblivion.


@LukasRos You know there's a cure for that, right? (Don’t worry, I'll save you the trouble.) For the record, I’m more than a little tired of Mozilla apologists who cannot see the hypocrisy that’s staring them right in their faces.

@aral I won't complain again. I respect your opinion and it's not that I don't see the problem but I would rather hear about solutions.

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