I'm not sure, but this could be related to playing media files with DRM. 

If I recall correctly, last year, when I visited any news post on 
https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/easy/ on Debian 9 using Firefox ESR, the browser 
would ask me to enable DRM. If I answered NO, then I would see the

“Your browser does not support the playback of this video. 
 Please try using a different browser.”

message (or a similar message) instead of videos, and the audio player would 
display blank (the player that should show up when clicking the big dark blue 
button that says ニュースを聞く). If I enabled DRM, the media would play fine.

Visiting the same website now that I use IceCat on the Guix system I get the 
distorted sound in videos and no audio player.

I wonder if people using IceCat in other distributions have the same problem. I 
was going to report this issue to Gnuzilla, but it seems their mailing list is 
not very active.


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