Is the source open enough for you?
September 22, 2010 4:57 AM Subscribe
When releasing the Mozilla source code, Netscape's lawyers insisted that the code first be sanitized. In particular, "any text containing vulgar or offensive words or expressions; any text that might be slanderous or libelous to individuals and/or institutions," had to be removed. Here
is a sample of what it looked like before that occurred.
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