Firefox Backers Create 'Destroy IE' Campaign

A group of self-titled "political activists" in Massachusetts has started an aggressive campaign to get browser users to switch from Microsoft's Internet Explorer to Mozilla's Firefox. Taking advantage of a new program by Google, the campaign, called Explorer Destroyer, pays users $1 for each referral to Firefox made through Google Toolbar, according to the group's Web site.

"You already want people to switch to Firefox. Now's the time to get serious about it," according to the site. "Google is paying $1 for each new Firefox user you refer....Now you can advance your ideals, save people from popups and spyware hell, and make some serious money."

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Out of all the people I've got to switch to FF since I started using, I may have made like $30 according to this new idea. Wee, well my life would have changed. I should be able to retire and buy a yacht now.