[Dev] Fwd: Re: Article: Chromium's subtle freedom flaws
david.pizarro at openmailbox.org
Tue Mar 7 13:13:09 GMT 2017
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That's a good idea, but what about Iridium? maybe we could fork it,
and make a replacement for QTWebengine, which can also be used for
other libre distros.
Now QTWebengine will be blacklisted?
El 06/03/17 a las 21:13, Luke escribió:
> On 03/07/2017 12:08 AM, fauno wrote:
>> André Silva <emulatorman at riseup.net> writes:
>>> Per Richard Stallman, we are removing QTWebengine. It is the
>>> entire Chromium browser, which is non-free.
>> what are those subtle flaws?
> The article hasn't been published yet, it should be announced on
> FSF soon.
> TL; DR: Hundreds of line of minified js, non-free plugins, DRM,
> hard-coded connections to Google.com, and privacy leaks. Stallman
> recommended that someone should make a fork similar to GNUIcecat
> for Chromium to address these issues, patching is not enough.
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