Mozilla has finally responded to the speculation from various media outlets over the resignation of the company's new CEO, Brendan Eich, following the brief outcry on social media for choosing him.
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Mozilla has announced that its newly appointed CEO Brendan Eich has now stepped down from that position, a week after it was reported he donated money to an anti-gay-marriage campaign.
Dating site OkCupid has asked its users to boycott Firefox, calling Mozilla's chief executive "an opponent of equal rights for gay couples", as opposition to the CEO's appointment continues to grow.
Half of Mozilla's board resigned specifying concerns over whether or not Brendan Eich, the new Mozilla CEO, is able to push Firefox and Firefox OS into the mobile world.
Staff at the Mozilla Foundation have called upon their new CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign - just days after his appointment - amid controversy surrounding his donations to anti-gay marriage campaigners.