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OkCupid protests Firefox over CEO's anti-same-sex marriage donation

www.cnn.com Published: April 1, 2014
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Dating site OkCupid is calling for its members to ditch Firefox and use another browser to search for love, says CNN.

The company is protesting Mozilla's new CEO, Brendan Eich, who supported an anti-same-sex marriage campaign. Firefox is owned by Mozilla.



When OkCupid members navigate to the site on a Firefox browser, they are met with a message encouraging them to use an alternative browser to access the site, including Google Chrome, Opera, Safari and the amusingly misspelled Internet Exploder.


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