> Camp [senior vice president of Firefox at Mozilla]: “We have this advantage of we don’t have to serve everyone,” he said. “Because we are a smaller, independent player, we can do things that serve the right set of users, without needing to feed a giant search monopoly.”

> “Monopoly’s the wrong word,” Camp said, correcting himself instantly, but also failing to find an alternative.

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Okay, what? 1. Google *is* a monopoly, right Mozilla?? 👀 and 2. Mozilla *is* feeding Google user data since Google will continue to stay the default search engine of Firefox for at least another 3 years. So... I'm confused.

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