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Why is Mozilla against Human Right?
I have supported Mozilla products for years. But now that the new CEO is against basic human rights, I can no longer test, offer feedback, or use any Mozilla products.
I've been with you guys for over 10 years. Now I will only support browsers and products that directly compete with Mozilla--at least until Mozilla rethinks whether or not it wants to discriminate against the LGBT community.
Everyone deserves to have basic human rights. It's a shame Mozilla disagrees and thinks that religion should be forced onto people.
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Could you clarify what you're referring to? The only relevant information I can find is the following:
1. Brendan Eich became CEO of the Mozilla Corporation in March 2014.
2. Eich donated $1,000 in 2008 to the campaign supporting California Proposition 8, which was recorded in a public database with Mozilla's name attached as his employer. This reached public notability in March 2012, being controversial in the tech sphere and the gay press both US and internationally, and the Twitter reaction itself achieving press noteworthiness.
This is a support forum, where the respondents are primarily (almost exclusively, really) volunteers, not Mozilla employees. Therefore I don't think it's very likely you'll get an answer here. You could try the newsgroups; it looks like mozilla.governance would be the most appropriate one.
An official statement on this issue has been released at: https://blog.mozilla.org/press/2014/03/mozilla-statement-on-diversity/
Thank you for replying even if this was the wrong forum. This adequately answered my question.