#1 Why █████████ ████ Looks █████████ [what censorship of Breitbart would look like] by algernonpj 09.04.2014 14:19

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I don't know how long this will be available so here goes:

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http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/...efox-Javascript

#2 RE: Why ¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€ ¨€¨€¨€¨€ Looks ¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€ [what censorship of Breitbart would look like] by ThirstyMan 09.04.2014 16:22

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that kind of confused me. what editing/censoring are Mozilla and Firefox and JavaScript doing?

#3 RE: Why ¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€ ¨€¨€¨€¨€ Looks ¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€¨€ [what censorship of Breitbart would look like] by algernonpj 09.04.2014 18:07

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Quote: ThirstyMan wrote in post #2
that kind of confused me. what editing/censoring are Mozilla and Firefox and JavaScript doing?

I can see why. It doesn't seem to be doing it now.

Earlier javascript was used to randomly black out words on the web page. It was meant to be a visual demonstration of censorship done as a response to the gay mafia forcing Mozilla CEO to resign.

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Our website for the next several hours will depict just what Breitbart.com would look if a browser like Firefox decided to block parts from you. Using JavaScript we've blacked out random words throughout the website proving that any browser, like Firefox, could show you something other than what the original publisher intended. Technically, web browsers can control what users see, and sites using Javascript can overwrite anything coming from the original authors. Browsers heavily utilize Javascript to create an interactive internet; sites like YouTube, Facebook, and Gmail could be crippled without it.

The point is this: Firefox is now a company that censors. Mozilla decided last week to force the resignation of CEO Brendan Eich after dating company OkCupid blocked all traffic from Mozilla Firefox, stating that Eich was one of their “enemies” for his $1,000 2008 donation to the Proposition 8 campaign for traditional marriage. Eich had never discriminated against a gay person; Mozilla had never discriminated against a gay person. Nonetheless, he had to be shamed and publicly scourged from his position by the totalitarian left – a scourging approved by many in the gay rights movement more focused on power politics than free speech and privacy.

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