Department of Homeland Security Archive

  • Homeland Security has demanded that non-profit internet browser company Mozilla Firefox remove the browser add-on “MAFIAAfire”. MAFIAAfire regates ICE’s domain seizures by automatically rerouting users to alternate domains. The Department of Homeland Security demanded that Mozilla take the extension off its listing of Firefox extensions claiming that the add-in “circumvented” DHS’s seizure orders. Mozilla isn’t just giving up and letting the DHS do whatever they want like the rest of the pansy websites out there. Instead, Mozilla sent demands of their own in a publicly available letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding answers to their questions. Here is Mozilla’s letter to the DHS in it’s entirety: To help us evaluate the Department of Homeland Security’s request to take-down/remove […]

    Homeland Security demands Mozilla Remove MAFIAAfire

    Homeland Security has demanded that non-profit internet browser company Mozilla Firefox remove the browser add-on “MAFIAAfire”. MAFIAAfire regates ICE’s domain seizures by automatically rerouting users to alternate domains. The Department of Homeland Security demanded that Mozilla take the extension off its listing of Firefox extensions claiming that the add-in “circumvented” DHS’s seizure orders. Mozilla isn’t just giving up and letting the DHS do whatever they want like the rest of the pansy websites out there. Instead, Mozilla sent demands of their own in a publicly available letter to the Department of Homeland Security demanding answers to their questions. Here is Mozilla’s letter to the DHS in it’s entirety: To help us evaluate the Department of Homeland Security’s request to take-down/remove […]

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