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A pure trade-free operating system.
While it may be trade free, this particular project states on its Github page that it is deprecated.
Firefox in Fedora uses Google which makes it not that trade-free. Of course one can change the search engine afterwards, but a truly trade-free operating system would come with a trade-free search engine by default. Therefore 3/5 blocks.
Mobian seems to be a trade-free operating system for certain devices, yet there are some applications that promote trades like currencies, cryptocurrencies and markets (https://wiki.mobian-project.org/doku.php?id=markets) and in general it is not sure if every application is trade-free. Therefore 2/5 blocks.
Debian is an operating system that comes with firefox as the browser and firefox uses google by default. Google collects peoples data and shows them ads, thus it’s not trade-free. Plus, debian has a software center where you can install applications, however I do not know if all of them are trade-free. 3/5 blocks for debian, as it uses google as the search engine by default.