Will Google bail out on Mozilla royalties?

“Yesterday, two things happened in the world of information
technology. The first was that Google’s in house browser Chrome
surpassed Firefox to be the second most popular browser in use. The
second is that the royalties contract Mozilla had in place with
Google ended its duration. Those royalties account for over 80% of
the Mozilla and Firefox budget. Many people are wondering whether
Google will opt to continue the arrangement which amounts to their
funding a competitor for browsing clientele (Albeit a not for
profit competitor).”

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