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At the moment I contribute to fund a YouTube channel I like by using Brave, I don't see Google ads and I'm not tracked. This is for me enough to say it's an innovation
So many controversies on Stallman and Brendan Eich while we have in FOSS people (unconsciously) collaborating with those criminals who are responsible for the worst crime, literally a genocide, in Europe.
It's 2019 and many people still don't know EU is a regime, a fusion of nazism and capitalism, the temple of neoliberism and technocracy, even worse than USA and USSR.
But there is hope. In future more and more people will understand Modern Monetary Theory and see the criminal plan behind EU.
I think you were on the verge of the point without touching it: when a content is loaded on a platform like YouTube every right of that author disappears; if a creator wants to claim the rights you are talking about, he must not *cede* his content to Google or similar, that are the enemies of Brave, while content creators have pulled themselves out of the equation. Instead believing that creators are collaborators of YouTube & Co is part of their propaganda.
With "opt-in" are you talking about Brave users or content creators?
Sorry it may surprise you but gender ideology has LGBT movements at its surface and pedophilia at its core. I have tons of material on this, but you can start by looking for Mario Mieli thoughts.
He is not justifying pedophilia or saying it should be illegal. He's just making an argument, an odd one, but this doesn't justify the accusations against him.
On the other hands do you know that major LGBT thinkers were also supporters of pedophilia? For ex. Mario Mieli, that in Italy is considered a guru in LGBT movement with organizations named after him, supported pedophilia and if you read his words you would be very disgusted, in comparison what Stallman wrote is nothing. 2/2
I'm one of those few people who really follows Stallman and everytime I seach for sources of these controversies I alwasy found that people don't understand what Stallman says.
For example: "I am skeptical of the claim that voluntarily pedophilia harms children. The arguments that it causes harm seem to be based on cases which aren't voluntary, which are then stretched by parents who are horrified by the idea that their little baby is maturing." 1/2
Same here, sadly Mozilla doesn't provide an alternative to Chromium Embedded Framework but I read an article that I can't find now that looks promising about Mozilla investing in this area. At least GeckoView is a step in the right direction, powering both Firefox Focus and Preview now.
I don't see why he should apologize, on the other hands don't you think it's a bit presumptuous in assuming you're right?
Stallman's ideas on Free Software are really dangerous for the capitalist regime and a prickle for the neoliberist ideology. And the resilience of this system tends to isolate people with critical thinking even using pretexts, as is the case with Stallman.
Anyway are you saying you didn't notice the fallacies of the so called politically correct speech ideology?
For 1. I totally agree and in fact I use Firefox on both desktop and mobile, Brave just for those youtubers I like that promote Brave as a way to fund them.
On 2. I disagree and I think there must be misinformation here: Brave is building a way to fund content creators with ads without the spying network by Google. Did you try Brave for a while?
I think you are not reading carefully enough and perhaps you have never experienced this new inquisition. I don't know what else to add to what I said. For me, the only mistake here was persecuting another person and defining him "homophobic" for his ideas (and consequent actions) concerning a juridical institution instead of just disagreeing. I feel like the Enlightenment thought was never born and the medieval powers only changed the mask.
Here there is another things I disagree with: being on public record. It's not something you choose to be and you can't even withdraw. It seems like an excuse to save the "everyone can have his own opinions" and continue with moral inquisition of the politically correct speech ideology. See what happened to Stallman for literally nothing, he didn't even express an opinion, he just noticed something that didn't sound politically correct enough. And we should know why he is the target.
While I don't see why one wouldn't want homosexual marriage it's also true that marriage is a juridical institution, not some sort of natural right, so people can have different opinions on it and the discussion should happen without tagging the other side with offensive terms like "homophobic". Even worse Eich is somehow persecuted by this sort of modern inquisition that literally labels opinions as immoral. This is way more dangerous than any "homophobic" movement.
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