On Friday and Saturday, Mozilla, the company that forced their CEO, Brendan Eich, to resign because he made a personal contribution to an anti-gay marriage campaign in California some six years ago, registered their worst-ever feedback numbers.
Mozilla publishes its feedback at the URL http://input.mozilla.org. The record dates back to April 2012. In that time, there has never been a single day in which the total number of negative comments exceeded 2,200 -- until the ouster of Eich. On Friday, the day after the resignation, the number of negative comments was well over 7,000 with another 6,000 negatives on Saturday. The disapproval comment rating skyrocketed to over 90%. Read more: