Moonraker wrote:Not defending mozilla here but even the accused is entitled to a fair trial and the opinion of one you-tube reviewer is hardly conclusive evidence that mozilla cant be trusted.
OK, fair enough.
So let's look at the points the speaker makes. For example, the Mr. Robots / Looking Glass fiasco. I mean, for me, just once
installing an extension without my consent or knowledge is enough to break trust, possibly irreparably. If Moonchild Productions did that, I think I would give up the Web.
Moonraker wrote:try google if fingers are to be pointed as their court appearances are beyond apprehension.
That's not a strong defense of Mozilla. Suppose John says, "Mozilla did this bad thing." And then Jane says, "Well, what about all these worse things that Google did?". Well, Jane is right, they are worse, but Mozilla still did a bad thing! It's not any less bad because another corporation is even worse!