Mozilla founder argues against Flash and Silverlight One of Mozilla’s founders has spoken out against proprietary media on the web, particularly pointing the finger at ‘interactive’ technologies like Flash and Silverlight. The technologies, while necessary in many applications today, could be more than people bargained for in the end. Tristant Nitot, founder of Mozilla Europe, claims it is in the web’s best interest to use open technologies, claiming that the companies behind proprietary formats could have an agenda.
By Justin Mann, TechSpot.com
Published: April 30, 2008, 3:25 PM EST