where does it says that?
Posted Aug 12, 2009 11:23 UTC (Wed) by coriordan
In reply to: where does it says that?
Parent article: Ubuntu removes "multisearch"
customize-google is a better example of a privacy plugin than
adblock. It also can block Google ads, but the cookie privacy protection is the most important feature.
Let's look at the facts:
- All their money comes from Google's data collection.
- Privacy features would block Google's data protection.
- Mozilla has a veto on plugins.
- There are no known distros of "Firefox" with privacy plugins (none that I or you know of, and none that have been mentioned in this article or the previous 104-comments article, and I find none with a quick web search)
I found this 2007 article interesting: A dangerous conflict of interest between Firefox and Google.
No, I don't have a link to a communication from Mozilla saying they'd block customize-google. I haven't really looked. I hope I stumble upon something like that some day. Until then, everything indicates that Google is Mozilla's boss and privacy features are not allowed. I don't
see Mozilla denying any of these accusations either.
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