Thursday, April 03, 2014

Mozilla CEO is sacked for his opposition to homosexual marriage

A little over a week after becoming chief executive of Mozilla, Brendan Eich is stepping down after an intense debate over his belief that gays should not be allowed to marry.

After his appointment as the company’s new chief, Mr. Eich came under heavy fire from employees and the public for making a $1,000 contribution in 2008 to support a ban on gay marriage in California under Proposition 8.
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Abbot Theodore said...

I guess it's time to switch to CHROME.

Ben said...

Oh Google isn't any better.

gabriel said...

Well, optimist that I am, I look forward to being able to use these principles against social liberals. It might be a while, but what is most clear to me is that the liberal ideal of fairness and non-discrimination has gone by the wayside.

LV said...

I've switched to a browser called Pale Moon, which is pretty much a FireFox clone - it even offers a way to import all your FF settings. So far, so good. I've also downloaded Comodo Ice Dragon, not able to evaluate it yet.