Skip to comments.Leaving Mozilla Today
Posted on 01/11/2021 7:30:49 AM PST by Wuli
Mozilla has decided to join the Progressive fascists.
I am leaving Mozilla behind as of today.
I am writing this while on the Brave browser. It's just a start in the move from Firefox.
After sufficient investigation today I will move my Email out of the use of the Thunderbird Email client.
I have enjoyed using both Firefox and Thunderbird.
But Mozilla has made continuing with them a treasonous act, cow towing to fascist thought and speech control demands.
I would ask all Conservatives using Mozilla products to follow me in the move away from them.
I switched my phone browser to Opra. No complaints. Bye bye Firefox.
What optional browsers are there?
Why you think Brave best?
What is the best email server? I have had Hotmail (Outlook) for years.
Did it yesterday.
How can one know that they aren’t a Google lapdog as well?
CEO took a brave stand.
Opera is particularly good for text-heavy sites like FR. That’s all I use on my phone.
Has a built-in ad blocker and VPN too.
This post explains why we chose Brave.
As far back as 2014 I already knew that the employees and higher ups of this company were INTOLERANT of any dissenting beliefs.
Eich went on to found BRAVE Software, an Internet browser platform company. I have been using this browser as well as the Epic Privacy browser since.
Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser. It blocks ads and website trackers, and provides a way for users to send cryptocurrency contributions in the form of Basic Attention Tokens to websites and content creators.
As of 2020, Brave has been released for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. As of 2017 Brave supported five search engines by default, including their partner, DuckDuckGo.
I heartily recommend it. It is robust and well designed. Screw Mozilla. May it die the death of abandonment.
Why you think Brave best?
There's also Un-Googled Chromium. All of the google spying and dependencies have been stripped out. Unfortunately, it means no automatic updates, and no access to the Google store for extensions (there's a manually-installed extension to workaround this).
I decided Brave was just browser-based adware. Pass.
I’m doing the same.
I like Brave better but it could just be me. Using “startpage” for search engine. Moved ‘ff’ bookmarks no problem. Used ‘ff’ since Netscape days. Downloaded Opera but not sure. Also tried to get on Gab the other day and thought I failed. Tried yesterday and they have me on. Guess a delay due to overload. Not sure what to do with it yet. I’m not keen on putting much out there. But, it’s not like “they” don’t already know of us. 😯😂🙌🚽
I use Brave on my iphone and ipads (not Safari), as well. Works great! Hate supporting Apple, but there’s little choice for now.
Done switched to Brave, I like it.
I already switched to brave a long time ago.
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