Jeremy: That's all well and good (though without being specific, the criticism 
doesn't really impress me, unless the unstated assumption is that 'stable' 
software doesn't get security fixes), but (esp. in the case of Tor) you can 
just as easily turn that around: precisely because of the constant updating of 
firefox (tracked by the tor browser), and because features are constantly being 
added, it's not the most logical choice of browser. (Not that Chrome is any 
better on that front.)

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