OKcupid’s FireFox Protest Results in CEO Resigning
Apr03

OKcupid’s FireFox Protest Results in CEO Resigning

April 3, 2014 Online dating service OKcupid is able to claim victory in its fight against FireFox. As we reported on Monday, OKcupid urged users to stop using the popular FireFox browser because the CEO of Mozilla (which owns/runs FireFox) had given money in the past to an anti-gay marriage initiative. Despite distancing himself from that and promising to be inclusive, CEO Brendan Eich was forced out of Mozilla due to the growing...

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OKcupid Urges Users to Reject Firefox
Mar31

OKcupid Urges Users to Reject Firefox

March 31, 2014 Online dating service OKcupid is urging its members to reject FireFox and use either Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Opera. The move was made when OKcupid learned that Mozilla’s new CEO (Mozilla owns Firefox), Brendan Eich, has opposed equal rights for gay couples. Users logging into OKCupid via FireFox receive a six paragraph message asking them to oppose Firefox for having a CEO that opposes gay rights. ALSO SEE:...

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