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Mozilla CEO resigns, opposition to gay marriage drew fire

Outgoing Mozilla chief executive Brendan Eich in a photo courtesy of the company. REUTERS/Mozilla

Outgoing Mozilla chief executive Brendan Eich in a photo courtesy of the company. REUTERS/Mozilla

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A man is seen next to a Firefox logo at a Mozilla stand during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 28, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea

A man is seen next to a Firefox logo at a Mozilla stand during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, February 28, 2013. REUTERS/Albert Gea

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