There's a reason people are reacting to Chrome like this. This isn't an overreaction over one single event. It's a delayed reaction to a pattern of bad behavior.
It's contextualized by the very messed-up power dynamic between Google and the open Web.
Switching to Firefox is a good reaction, but it only makes a difference in the political dynamics if we can cut Google's market share. It's not enough to "just switch." We have to protect the open Web from what appears to be a growing bad impulse by Google to run the Web alone
All the money Firefox gets from Google, it puts back into the open web..... into the commons. Google just tries to lock the web down. The 0.5 revenue Google puts into Mozilla is the most pro-web money Google is spending.
If you're referring to the .Dev thing with "killing urls", they never killed anything. People knew it was a public domain and still went with it. Shit happens, get over it.
About the rest, even though it might be good for UX and all, it's scary that one company can do this.