Web users are using the same internet service for gamblers using slot machines. Mozilla, a non-profit non-profit company, said Thursday.
In the web summit of Lisbon, Michel Baker said: "… the largest designs, the biggest companies, the biggest commercial uses are the spiritual design.
"Come to my site, save there, click and spread this information as soon as possible …", she added.
"It's like a seduction, it seems to stretch the slot machine," Baker said.
"Many of us are turning to anger, violence is unhealthy and disappointing to disclose something about humanity," he adds.
Developed by Firefox, a web browser, Mozilla earns money from advertisements like many online companies, and Baker agrees violently.
But Mozilla's Chief Open Recovery Officer, Catherine Barker, told AFP: "The Ministry of the Ministry is still a huge fuel on the web, so we are not against advertisements or monetization."
"We want to find a better balance between user agency, self-sufficiency, consumer protection, security and monetization."
Firefox has a 5 per cent stake in online browsers, and Google's market leader Chrome is behind 60 per cent of Firefox.
But unlike the competition, it tries to develop many features.
An anti-tracking function for calling web applications, each motion recorded by Internet giants keeps the promotion for advertising purposes.