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"'Use Firefox' is actually an effective means of protest," now that Google is forcing employees to use a Chrome extension for union-busting surveillance cnet.com/news/google-workers-s

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@icedquinn @volt4ire WTF? Why would you recommend Brave? They replace ads with their own ads, while claiming to be privacy friendly. They’re not. They’re interested in spying on you to make more money with their replaced ads. This is worse than any other browser.

@volt4ire I wonder why these people don't just quit their jobs.If they hate Google (which is the totally right thing to do,Google sucks) then they should show that to them by going away and let them alone with their evil plans without anyone to make the plans real for them 😡 As long as they work for the evil side,they won't make the world better,even if they try to protest against Google.

@nipos

It is easier in the short term to express your emotions vocally than to act on the issue why you have those emotions in the first place.
Tha's my guess

Big corporations have enough budget to develop sophisticated ways of boiling frogs.

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