Oh how quickly we forget anything that doesn't support our argument - Specifically about Adobe's Flash plug-in which, for years now, has been able to access webcams and microphones!
Thanks Macromedia, for creating yet another easy to use opening for hackers! More functionality, more functionality ... oh right, forgot about security again. Sorry.
Seriously though, as much as I hate to admit it, Mozilla probably recognises that Steve Jobs may have a point when he continually bashes Flash - it will become increasing irrelevant as HTML 5 (and successive built-in browser technologies/standards) becomes more commonplace and replaces more and more of Flash's capabilities. At the moment no browser, that I am aware of, has built-in support for webcams and microphones so what will become of the websites that use such peripherals once Flash is (hopefully) dead and buried? As far as I can see Mozilla is simply thinking ahead, in an attempt to further rid us of the blight that is Flash, but you're bashing them as if in-browser webcam/microphone access was their idea AND you know for fact that they are going to get the security wrong.