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Mozilla boss resigns after gay marriage row

4 April 2014 Last updated at 08:30 BST

The chief executive of Mozilla, the company best known for its Firefox browser, has stepped down.

Brendan Eich was appointed just last month but came in for heavy criticism for his views on same-sex marriage.

Mozilla's executive chairwoman Mitchell Baker announced the decision in a blog post.

Michelle Fleury reports.

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