A former Mozilla executive last week claimed Google, a browser rival but again also a business partner, purposefully undermined Firefox’s development even as the company denied compatibility problems were anything but accidental.
Contrary to declarations by individuals at Google, the search company and Mozilla were not on the same team, charged Johnathan Nightingale, a former vice president of Firefox, who said decisions by Google that ended up hurting Firefox were too frequent to be coincidences. “Focus on the behaviour of the organism as a whole,” Nightingale tweeted. “At the macro level, Google/Alphabet is very intentional. [And] Google as a whole is very different than individual googlers.”
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