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)