This seems to me like just another form of Fascism, and it is fortunate that Mozilla have reputedly refused to be coerced by the RIAA/DHS to take down the add-on.
The "sister" add-on MAFIAAFIRE: Gee! No evil! is clever too. I intensely dislike that Google were apparently obliged by the likes of the RIAA/DHS to discriminate against any terms I might put in my search bar - e.g., "torrent" - by filtering/blocking it.
Now I see that the MAFIAAFire people have introduced the brilliantly simple add-on ThePirateBay Dancing!:
- See ThePirateBay Dancing! FAQ
- See article: â€˜The Pirate Bay Dancingâ€™ Add-On Killls DNS and IP Blockades
- See YouTube video (use headphones, but take care - use with volume down a bit): ThePirateBay Dancing!
I don't think I have ever used PirateBay (at least, not as far as I am aware) or torrents, but I wholeheartedly support the concept of freedom on the Internet - said freedom seems to be getting progressively eroded by corporations in cahoots with government. But not yet the Swiss government, it seems.
For an amusing music artiste's take on this, if you haven't already done so, then you could always download Weird Al Yankovic's "Don't Download This Song" mp3 from his website. There's a YouTube version as well, I gather. It was released in 2006. I think I downloaded it in 2009. My daughter Lily likes it and thinks it is funny too.