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Why is Firefox advocating for censorship?

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(See photo attached) I find it very disturbing that Mozilla is calling for active censorship on the Internet. I am against racism but it is my belief that everyone should decide for themselves what their views are rather than being coerced into doing so.

Facebook also has a notoriously strict moderation team, so I don't know why your going after them to censor even more.

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Sounds like someone is out of the loop on things. This has nothing to do with censorship btw. If you're not a racist then why do you have a problem with it?

This is a support forum and you didn't post a support question. Go debate your views about it on FB instead.

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Engage said

If you're not a racist then why do you have a problem with it?

You have nothing to hide, so let the police search your entire home and give you a stripsearch.

It's about the principle of the matter. You can use Firefox to go to racist websites, so are we going to hold Mozilla responsible for that? According to their own words, yes we should.

This virtue signalling is a cancer and should be stopped by someone with more than two braincells working at Mozilla.

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Your racism is showing. You need to learn to read before you start going off on completely unrelated rants about how your rights and privacy are being taken away. I guess that's what idiots are best at. Taking things out of context and then crying about them.

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Locking thread. This forum is not an appropriate place to discuss these matters.

You can reach out to the governance mailing list to discuss this further.