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Human said ()

with google releasing mv3, people who still stick to chromium-based browsers while claiming to be privacy enthusiast would be fooling themselves only.

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BlueHat said ()

If it's a fork, can't they remove all that mv3 crap?

https://developer.chrome.com/docs/extensions/mv3/intro/mv3-overview/

Manifest V3 is available beginning with Chrome 88

Even if it's hard-wired into the code to the point that it's irremovable, they can base their forks on previous versions of Chrome/Chromium, just like Palemoon bases itself on an older version of Firefox, yet still delivers security updates. This seems like a logical solution to me, but perhaps I'm missing something.

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