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posted by janrinok on Wednesday March 19 2014, @09:35PM   Printer-friendly
from the gaming-the-system dept.

Marneus68 writes:

"The Mozilla Foundation is reportedly working with Unity Technologies in order to bring an "HTML5 export option" to Unity3D's next major release. Unity3D 5.0 is to be released later this year.

This announcement comes out as a bit of a surprise given that Mozilla's philosophy revolves around free, open and normalized web technologies. Working along with a closed source software vendor really sounds like a weird decision from Mozilla."

 
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  • (Score: 3, Interesting) by cybro on Thursday March 20 2014, @12:03AM

    by cybro (1144) on Thursday March 20 2014, @12:03AM (#18731)

    If you want to use a tool because it is useful to you, good. If not, don't. Never trust, just think about what Mr. Snowden has shown us. You shouldn't "trust" them at all should you? Has Mozilla ever asked for your trust?

    If trust is an issue, then what about the weakest link in the chain? Does it even matter with Mozilla if you are already running on Microsoft Windows anyway?

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