Former Mozilla CEO, Shunned for Belief in Traditional Marriage, Launches New Browser

Former Mozilla CEO, Shunned for Belief in Traditional Marriage, Launches New BrowserA software engineer and the former CEO of Mozilla (creator of the Firefox web browser), has designed a new browser despite being shunned for his belief in traditional marriage.
LifeSiteNews.com reports that Brendan Eich, the creator of JavaScript and the former CEO of Mozilla, has released a new internet browser called Brave.
Eichs is an adept computer engineer, but he was heavily shunned after it was revealed that he had donated $1,000 to California’s Proposition 8 bill.
Proposition 8 defined marriage as the union between one man and one woman and went against gay marriage.
For his support of the bill, Eichs was called a racist, Nazi, and inhumane. However, he did not back down on his beliefs and he has now returned to the tech scene with a newer, better internet browser….. [read more]
The new Brave browser blocks the ads and trackers that slow you down, spend your bandwidth, and invade your privacy. Then we put clean ads back, to fund website owners and Brave users alike. Users can spend their funds to go ad-free on their favorite sites.

3 thoughts on “Former Mozilla CEO, Shunned for Belief in Traditional Marriage, Launches New Browser

  1. Do you have to pay a monthly fee if you want completely add free Brave browser? I checked to see if it was my browser causing the issues with “buttons” not appearing on posts I am reading, and it seems to be the case. Thanks for the info. 🙂

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