I don't. You say Zenu I say tomato.
I don't think anyone is required to donate, though there are varying amounts of pressure in various religions -- Catholicism focuses mostly on estates and wills to amass its billions.
Incidentally, this is also a great way to get your CPM up quite a bit if you use it smartly.
Regular users don't know about, and wouldn't go out of their way to install it if they did. I certainly haven't, and I'd consider myself quite a bit more tech savvy than your average computer user.
To an atheist, the statement "a small pink elephant named wilson created the universe with a squeeky sneeze" and "God created the universe in 7 days" are equally likely to be true...
An atheist may not assign a probability of 1 to the truth of each of his/her beliefs, but he/she considers all absurd beliefs equally unlikely, and grants that science has allowed humanity to make educated estimates about many such probabilities.
Ok, an agnostic is more likely to say I have no idea what the odds of a god are nor is there anyway to determine them.
PS: Let's say our universe was created by Ted. And you ask him, who created your universe and he says "I have no idea".
I think of agnosticism as saying "I am not capable of knowing", whereas atheists say "Sure none of my beliefs have a 100% probability of being true, but as a human I need to use what provisional knowledge I have in a meaningful way."
In other words, evidence is worth more to atheists than it is to agnostics, who (in spite of evidence) still focus on their inability to know for sure.
I think we're having the "strong/weak atheism/agnosticism" debate... I happen to consider myself an atheist b/c I act as though I believe there is no god just as I act like my laptop is not on fire when I type this.... and it works.
Few criticisms of Scientology focus only on the possibly disturbing aspects... most tend to scoff at the theology as well and accuse the faithful of being victims of brainwashing!