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I don't want to see messages from Firefox like "Support for Black Lives Matter" at the bottom of my screen when I opne the browser.
I take offense to the message I saw on my screen this morning. Jump on the BLM bandwagon as a company but I don't need to see it at the bottom of my screen when I open my browser. How do I turn this off so it does not happen again!
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Thank you! I hope that will fix this. Have a great day!
Isn't it great that the underdog web browser, with a user base consisting almost entirely of people fed up with Google's antics, has decided to jump into the extreme left political ideology pool just like every other company, despite the fact that polls have consistently shown that the vast majority of the population want corporations to stop with this political pandering, regardless of their political leanings? It's certainly a great way for a failing web browser, that is one of THE last alternatives to Chromium (and therefore Google's ability to dictate the web's protocols and standards), to lose the fight as rapidly as possible. Then again, Mozilla seems to be doing this in just about every area of their business.. Anyone seen the new FORCED Android Firefox update? Good God...