Firefox Under Fire by Homeland Security
Firefox is one of the most secure and modern Internet Browsers available at any price. So why is the Department of Homeland Security getting involved? It’s not a security problem, it’s the MafiaaFire add-on.
The Department of Homeland Security has requested that Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox browser, remove an add-on that allows web surfers to access websites whose domain names were seized by the government for copyright infringement, Mozilla’s lawyer said Thursday. More at Wired.com
- Mozilla Takes a Stand Against Department of Homeland Security (readwriteweb.com)
- Mozilla resists US gov’t request to nuke “MafiaaFire” add-on (arstechnica.com)
- Feds Demand Firefox Remove Add-On That Redirects Seized Domains (wired.com)