I noticed that recently someone argue that pcxFirefox has some privacy problems, who gave a lot of funny reasons.
Of cource, you can remove Google Safebrowsing from the official source code in order not to send the information to Google, and you can say that is more privacy, but can you say offcial edition is more privacy than pcxFirefox?
I try to add Google GEO API Key and Google Oauth API Key to pcxFirefox in order to complete the official edition’s some functions, and other custom builds lack them. So you can say the other custom builds are more privacy than official edition, but can you say offcial edition is more privacy than pcxFirefox?
That’s right, I am Chinese, and in your opinion, as long as it is Chinese created software, it is very dangerous. I am very sympathetic for yours, and you can delete everything related with Chinese, if you think your country is a polymer of absolute truth.
I only say that to the idiots:
You should delete pcxFirefox, and you also should not use Mozilla Firefox, because I don’t know what privacy difference between them;
And you also delete other Firefox custom builds, because all of them are based on Firefox’s source code;
And you also delete any other open source software, because you don’t understand the code, so you can think that is dangerous;
And you also delete any other close source software, because you can’t find the privacy code.
So the results speak for themselves.