Nonfree JS is exactly what it sounds like, it's JS licensed under anything but a free software license, so effectively just JS.
>There at least, the possibility of writing *all* of your own software is realistic, and then the whole discussion about trust is moot.
Holy shit yes, hardware drivers are such AIDS it's unbelievable. Even just looking at package size these things are fuckoff huge for no good reason, which should instantly make you distrust them.
To be fair to webfags, JS is a huge ogre shit in terms of language design and absolutely would be retarded to use even if there were no concerns about breaking security. I can see the use for something more advanced than static markup but JS is such a cancerous language only turbomongs would willingly use it for that.