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Latest Mozilla Items
No one has a kind word to say about Joe McCarthy these days. The Wisconsin senator from the late 1940s and 1950s is widely viewed as the perpetrator of a very bad "ism.”
OKCupid, the online dating site that took Mozilla's CEO to task for a donation to a campaign to ban same-sex marriage in California, is now under fire for its own CEO essentially doing the same.
The resignation of a Silicon Valley executive who opposed gay marriage and refused to recant has sparked an online fight among gays about whether proponents of same-sex marriage are now going too far in trying to marginalize their opponents socially and economically.
The resignation of Mozilla's CEO amid outrage that he supported an anti-gay marriage campaign is prompting concerns about how Silicon Valley's strongly liberal culture might quash the very openness that is at the region's foundation.
With the far left, no dissent is allowed. Newly-minted Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich just found this out just found this out the hard way.
The popular Firefox Web browser is the gateway used by millions to get everything on the Internet. It's the tool that inquiring minds on the left should use to browse online dictionaries to find the definition of "tolerance."
Critics slammed Web browser Firefox's announcement that CEO Brendan Eich resigned in wake of controversy surrounding his support of traditional marriage, calling the move intolerant of free speech.
Mozilla co-founder Brendan Eich is stepping down as CEO and leaving the company following protests over his support of a gay marriage ban in California.
Religion in the workplace is being brought up in multiple ways in recent months, from Mozilla to Hobby Lobby. But should religious beliefs be left at the door?