• Mozilla has reinstated previously banned Firefox add-ons in Russia that were designed to circumvent state censorship, such as a VPN and a tool to access Tor websites.
  • The ban was initially imposed at the request of Russia’s internet censorship agency, Roskomnadzor, but Mozilla lifted it to support an open and accessible internet.
  • Mozilla’s decision reflects its commitment to users in Russia and globally, despite the potential risks associated with the regulatory environment in Russia.
  • @dezmd
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    191 month ago

    Maybe those expressions had a part in Mozilla’s reversal?

    What are you taking a victory lap for exactly?

    If anything, a small victory lap is for all those people you sound smug about.

    • @ripcord
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      -91 month ago

      Ah, so one of those people did show up.

      • @yokonzo
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        51 month ago

        Don’t feed the trolls folks

        • @ripcord
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          -31 month ago

          You’re right, I should know better.

          • @yokonzo
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            31 month ago

            Whatever helps you sleep at night