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Because of your intolerance of "dissenting" views, I have uninstalled and will not use Firefox.
"Mozilla believes both in equality and freedom of speech. Equality is necessary for meaningful speech. And you need free speech to fight for equality. Figuring out how to stand for both at the same time can be hard."
But only your form of "equality," I guess.
Why this would be an issue to a company that intended to employ it's original creative force is beyond me.
I will not be using firefox or any Mozilla products.
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I'm sorry to hear that you feel this way. We must put our focus back on protecting the Web, and we are doing so in a way that I hope will make you proud to support Mozilla again in the future. I wish you all the best with whichever browser you choose to use in the meantime.
Restricting the beliefs of your employees does not protect the web. It has the opposite effect.
Looks at your facebook page. I did not see a single post support Mitchell Baker's position. She needs to go.
Our organizational culture reflects diversity and inclusiveness. We welcome contributions from everyone regardless of age, culture, ethnicity, gender, gender-identity, language, race, sexual orientation, geographical location and religious views. Mozilla supports equality for all. We have employees with a wide diversity of views. Our culture of openness extends to encouraging staff and community to share their beliefs and opinions in public. This is meant to distinguish Mozilla from most organizations and hold us to a higher standard. We absolutely believe both in equality and freedom of speech. Sometimes standing for both at the same time can be hard. A CEO needs to be able to lead, and under the circumstances in the last week with the scrutiny over this issue, Brendan made a personal choice to step down from the role.
jwil52, the problem is so many people are seeing things their own way and not what really happened and even then they may still think he was forced out. Well if he was forced it was by the outside backlash towards Mozilla and Brendan as that only happened after he became CEO.
From the medium link https://medium.com/p/7645a4bf8a2
15) Brendan was encouraged by the board to remain at Mozilla in some other capacity, but Brendan felt that for the good of the project it was necessary to completely sever ties.