Recommended extensions = censorship
Mozilla picks and chooses extensions that they like (some which probably bribed Mozilla to recommend them) and forgets about all the other good extensions to create a two-tiered addon system. If an addon is not recommended, Mozilla will warn the user and the user will never install it thinking it’s unsafe.
uMatrix, LocalCDN, and Redirector are considered unsafe yet somehow LastPass, Ghostery, and Disconnect are recommended. Security should be up to the user. Next Mozilla will want to force protection by blocking the addons that weren’t recommended by default and having users enter about:config to allow these addons.
I would like to know how often Mozilla check their recommended extensions. For example the Clear Browsing Data Add-on has had no activity for 6 months.