Mozilla Corporate Office Headquarters

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Mozilla Corporate Office Headquarters
Mozilla Foundation
650 Castro St., Ste. 300
Mountain View, CA 94041-2021 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-650-903-0800
Fax Number: 1-650-903-0875
Customer Service Number: 1-650-903-0800

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  1. In two versions of Firefox I tried the Find function in Edit doesn't work. Why? May it works only in specific versions of Firefox? Please, explain and restore this very important function needed because Google toolbar with highlight is not compatible with Firefox.

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  2. I am so happy to hear that many in your corporation support traditional marriage and Chick-fil-A. THANK YOU!!!!!

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    1. Thanks to your intolerance regarding Mr. Eich's views I will be using a different browser.

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  3. Is Mozilla an anti-Christian organization who fired founder/CEO Brendan Eich for his faith-based beliefs? Our family & friends would like to know before we leave the Mozilla services.

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  4. Now that Brendan Eich has been forced to step down I am forced to dump Mozilla from my home computers and all 400 at work. If he had donated to a homosexual organization no doubt Mozilla would have matched the donation and he would still be here. Intolerance at it's best.

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  5. All Mozilla products have been removed from my computers. I have a libertarian view on social issues but a constitutional position regarding free speech. That said, you have the right to freedom of association. But, so do I.

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  6. I love Firefox; my favorite browser ever. I personally do not agree with Eich's support of the anti-gay marriage cause. However, I fervently support free speech and Eich's constitutionally protected right to do so. It is Mozilla's right to fire him if they so desire, it is OkCupid's right to boycott Mozilla and it is my right to fire Mozilla for caving to a special interest group that wants to exercise their free speech but want others punished for doing the same. Goodbye Mozilla, hello Chrome. I'll be back when you change your mind.

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  7. Because of Mozilla's intolerance of their “former” CEO, I am stopping my use of Firefox unless/until Mozilla offers a very public apology to Mr. Eich and publicly offers him his position back. Any group that has such heavy-handed intolerance to people’s personal beliefs has no place in my life or on my computer.

    So, whadda ya say Mozilla? Are you going to do the right thing??

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  8. Simply, if your group of Managers and Officers do not feel that tolerance swings BOTH ways and that ANY position on everything from Gay marriage, global warming, or the liberal media, then I promise to remove Mozilla from my world. Please advise ..TY

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  9. Firing Mozilla's CEO Brandon Eich for his personal convictions is Un Constitutional,unless one lives in the Soviet Union under a Dictator. Such reasoning will only advance Progressive Marxist Communism in the US......UNDER A DICTATOR. We continue to loose our precious freedom as a result of such reasoning.
    We have a family member that is openly Gay. She understands our posture on the matter,BUT we still deeply love her and have accepted her life style choices in a FREE nation. Other nations are not so tolerant.....

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  10. Brandon Eich's Constitutional rights have been trampled upon...I'm so discouraged by American companies that do not have the intestinal fortitude to stand up to P/C bullies. Although I do agree with Mr. Eich's views, I would be equally discusted if a conservative company treated an employee - who supported, say, abortion rights - with the same distain as you have Mr. Eich. Google Chrome is my new computer home until Mozilla acknowledges that ALL citizens of America are endowed with freedom of speech, not just the ones that make the most noise.

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  11. Because of the dismissal of your CEO, Brandon Eich, I will never use Mozilla again. It will be removed from my computers at home and work. His recent support of traditional marriage has nothing to do with his employment, at least it should not in the United States. The dismissal reflects seriously flawed corporate culture. The culture is obviously not all inclusive. Mozilla should not be in the business of social engineering.

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  12. I am disappointed that numerous contibutors/employees threatened to leave Mozilla because Mr. Eich holds personal opinions that don't match theirs. It appears that "outing" someone who holds views different than yours is acceptable. Interesting. It used to be such a terrible thing to experience, but now it's ok as long as you are doing it to someone else, and not on the receiving end this time? I wonder how far we would need to go back to find something in every other persons history that we could condemn them about? Is this really the way an "advanced" group of people should operate? It seems to me that the hate and intolerance is coming from those who claim to be the victims. More could be said, but to what point?

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  13. Why is it intolerance to be against something you don't believe in. I thought we had a right of free speech in the 1st amendment. Mr. Eich was merely putting HIS personal monetary support in an opposing view of something he did not personally believe in. It appears as always with the far left, that if you oppose abortion, gay rights, Obama's entitlement policies you should be prosecuted for hate speech or racism. What do gays and lesbians say about what the Bible says about same sex couples. Should we ban the Bible or just call Christians bigots and haters for believing in their faith.
    It seems to me Obama had the same view on same sex marriage as Mr. Eich. He said in a nationally televised debate at Saddleback Church with Pastor Rick Warren that he was a Christian and believed that marriage was defined as being between a Man and a Woman. It's on tape, look it up.
    I guess then that ALL THE LIBERAL LEFT including abortion supporters, same sex marriage proponents, will be calling for Obama to resign because of intolerance to gays and lesbians. But no,
    THAT WOULD BE RACIST wouldn't it. I won't be using your browser from this day forward because of your intolerance to Christians and all who don't believe according to your guidelines.

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  14. I am very disappointed in your company for forcing out your founder for taking the same position that even the President took at the time of the donation to a cause which was passed by the voters. If he's not back heading the company within the next month I will switch all my computers to another browser. I love Firefox and have used it for years, but freedom of speech must be defended.

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  15. I've been a loyal user of Firefox for many years, but that has sadly come to an end. CEO Brendan Eich being forced out because he donated to Prop 8 was shameful on the part of Mozilla. If someone wants to be gay, let them revel in their gayness, but I draw the line at gay marriage. Man and a woman period. Some dating site, OkCupid, complains and Mozilla folds faster than Superman on laundry day. I've got a beef with Google, so Chrome wasn't an option for me, so now Opera is my new browser (email as well). Brendon Eich did nothing wrong, Mozilla did. Hasta La Vista, Baby!

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  16. What's wrong with mozilla firefox and nightly, Second time they stopped working? Google Chrome and safari seem to work

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  17. Love SeaMonkey Browser and have used it for years however SeaMonkey 2.29.1 "does not"
    maintain browser tabs when I "QUIT" SeaMonkey. It will be absolutely wonderful if Mozilla can
    resolve this issue when Mozilla updates it's future updated version. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK :-)

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  18. MY HOME PAGE IS BEING HELD HOSTAGE BECAUSE MOZILLA WANTS ME TO DONATE MY HARD EARNED CASH TO THEM. NOT GOING TO HAPPEN,IE HERE I COME.

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  19. I can not find a live voice to help with deleting Yahoo from Firefox. Is there a way to do this?

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  20. I had to uninstall firefox because it will not load and now it tells me it can't find my data. I can not figure out what the mozilla help info is saying to do. I don't have time to figure it out. Plus I had the same issue with yahoo and still do. With my old firefox before this one updated it was google. Firefox used to the the absolute best. Now I am so disappointed. I am a lay person with this type of thing. Need help.

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  21. I am not happy with firefox, I just downloaded and installed Adobe Flash player 16x32 for my computer. I keep getting a message that its out of date, but according Adobe that is the latest version of it. WHEN IS MOZILLA GOING TO Get their heads out of their asses and fix the problem. Can you say UNINSTALL?

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  22. I recently upgraded to the newest Browser of Firefox. When I finished I saw several sites I had visited... I don't want that. It is exactly what Google tried to do and the main reason I left the Google platform, along with all the other metadata they were archiving on me. I don't feel secure with all my browsing history out there for the public and want to know how I can go about placing a simple web browser screen on my homepage... otherwise I'll be forced to look elsewhere.

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  23. Firefox is depndent on Adobe Flash. Yet, Mozilla does nothing about the problem. How is it they boast such a great product that they cant fix? Why can't Adobe and Mozilla make a deal and fix the problem. Fire fox 39 will hardly run on adobe with error messages about plugins.... I have never seen such a position both companies are taking. Firefox, needs a different platform. Funny how Google Chrome has a buit in flash player and yet Mozilla sits back with inexperienced foreign staff. I say stop using fierfox and boycot. Then maybe they will develop a browser that works.

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  24. The number (3.14), or pi, is the number for an ellipse. (3) is the number for a circle: One point in the Center, one point on the X axis at 1', and one point on the Y axis at one. That's three points. The arc on a circle with a diameter of 2'-0" is the same arc on a circle with a diameter of 1'-0". Connect the dot on the X axis to the dot on the Y axis with an arc. Then, continue the arc around until it is at the point of beginning at the X axis. You will have a circle with 0 degrees of separation. A circle has zero degrees. A polygon with 360 sides is one with 360 degrees of separation. (3.14) is the number for an ellipse. The numbers (14) after the (3), give the distance on the minor axis of the ellipse. The ratio for that ellipse is 8/2; 8 being the distance of the Major Axis and 2 being the distance of the Minor Axis. (3.115) is another number for an ellipse. That ellipse contains a 3,4,5 triangle. The Pythagorean Theorem is absolutely wrong. Because, 1' by 1' is 1'. And, the hypotenuse on a triangle with legs of 1 is about 1.385'. 1.385' by 1.385 is 1.918, not 2. So, (A)(A)+(B)(B) is not (C)(C). THIS IS A LIE PUT INTO A BOOK OF TRUTH, WHICH MAKES THAT BOOK A LIE. BUT, IT MAKES
    MO-NEY, CORRECT ? JUST LIKE THE HOLY BIBLE USED TO MAKE. Yahoo is a party line; Google is a party line. A party line is a phone line with a discount based on the number of users. Google gets over 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion searches per year worldwide. I don't pay a percentage of the cost of the phone line www.yahoo.com, or www.google.com, or www.bing.com. Those prices were regulated by the government when One of the Bells started to look like a monopoly, a long time ago. So, why doesn't AT&T give me a private line ? I will hook up my computerized telephone and give out my number, www.kris.com, and charge $.01 per user. On my web page will be three links, www.google.com, www.yahoo.com, www.bing.com. The price for my private line used to be about $7.00 a month. Why is it more because I have a computerized telephone that uses a monitor, rather than a receiver ? Why are the handheld computers over a hundred a month to use ? SMART PHONES take advantage of the ignorant slaves who were once in the home of the free and the Brave. I am Kristopher Philip Kupka. I have a lot more to say, but Google keeps finding ways to omit my words from their phone line. I think Google and Yahoo are a big part of Corporate America. Take the number of Americans with health insurance and multiply it by the amount the average American pays for health insurance per year. You get a big number. The insurance companies set the prices in the Hospitals so we have to depend on them when we get sick once every 5 or 10 years. They own the hospitals, they set the prices, they are part of Corporate America. Calculate the Volume of the Earth using the number (3), the number for a circle, rather than the number (3.14), the number for an ellipse. You world will get a lot bigger.

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  25. I downloaded the latest Firefox browser, but it came with so much spam, I was appalled. It created "pop ups" and numerous intrusions. Is there a way to just get Firefox all by it self?

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  26. Firefox has recently blocked my accessing two websites that I have enjoyed for a long time. I get a message that they are not safe sites. However, my Norton security does not consider them unsafe and I am able to access them via a different browser. It is not American to block free speech or differing spiritual concepts.

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