I don't really care what Mozilla does as long as I can access all the pages I want on my Fox, tbh, and it remains open source.
If censorship tools are merged to master, they'd probably be forked within weeks or simply not incorporated into the Debian (which is what I use). But it's still worrisome that moves are made that way; these things are why I don't use Chrome/ium.
I don't think they will be hardcoding censorship into the FF codebase. Probably some opt-in "quality filter" or "recommendation settings", like on Twitter. Mozilla started to suck long ago but I think they're not THAT shitty.
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