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Community messages - Facebook monopolizing

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  • Igcine ukuphendulwa ngu Seburo

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Is it legal for Mozilla to allow Facebook to monopolize the entry of community comments or feedback regarding the zero percent Credit Card offers? I have 3 of the cards offered to the public and want to share what happens with credit card billings where balance transfer/s have occured so that those seeking the credit card woukd know to expect as none of what I wish to contribute is nasty or inflamatory. And I do not nor will subscribe to any Social Media such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Skype and etc. Facebook is trying to force persons wishing to respond to logon to their website after writers try to leave a comment! That's a "no, no, and no! Facebook dies not iwn Mozilla (mobile phone messaging) or the advertising messages presented by the banks. I'll be danged uf they are going to hornswaggle me into owning my public comments as Between my spouse and self are responsible credit card holders for six of the cards!! Harvey A Ward Jr (Xerox Corp ret)

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Thank you for your question. Mozilla is working for a web that it is open and accessible to all and provides browsers and software to help that to happen - to give people the choice of which services they use.

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1 agree with Seburo's response about Mozilla's open end architecture. And when other business want to exploit it for their own benefit using "public addressing means" like the bank credit card offers to the widest public exposure possible and offers. Mozilla's Community Forum for responses and feedback, shouldn't that forum be of Mozilla's open architect toonor does Facebook now own it and require membership to the few who can participate?

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1 agree with Seburo's response about Mozilla's open end architecture. And when other business want to exploit it for their own benefit using "public addressing means" like the bank credit card offers to the widest public exposure possible and offers. Mozilla's Community Forum for responses and feedback, shouldn't that forum be of Mozilla's open architect toonor does Facebook now own it and require membership to the few who can participate?

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This support forum is not run, owned, or operated by Facebook.