Net Neutrality Protests in Front of Verizon stores; Verizon Suing Mozilla for Dropping Yahoo as Default Search Engine
Original Air Date: December 7, 2017
Net Neutrality Protests in front of Verizon stores; Feud between Amazon and Google has Google cut YouTube stream to Amazon products.
If you’re in Zurich, John Meuller is thinking of doing another live hangout from Google’s Zurich offices. Contact him on Twitter @JohnMu to inquire.
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Roughly three years ago, Yahoo and Mozilla announced that Yahoo would be the default search engine on Firefox in the US. That relationship ended early when Mozilla released the much-improved Firefox Quantum browser last month, with Google as the default search provider.
So Verizon is suing Mozilla for dropping Yahoo as the default search engine but Mozilla is counter-suing suggesting Yahoo didn’t keep up search quality after its sale to Verizon.