with a deal like this, well mozilla, you guys have to build a new, better/secure and faster browser. oh and by the way keep working on thunderbird also...
and i am a user who never left for chromium/chrome family...in fact i really don't like google's browser for several reasons....privacy being one of them.
i just use their service...quite good.
"Pwn2Own offers very large financial incentives to researchers to expose vulnerabilities, and that may have contributed in part to the researchers' decision to wait until now to share their work and help protect Firefox users."
The Pwn2own event paid researcher $50,000 for each Firefox vulnerability. Mozilla now pays researcher only $3,000 per vulnerability.
right! and we are supposed to believe that just because they're saying so? is google going to break the law to support what they're saying?
and who protects us from google?
if they are so interested in protecting their users why not encrypt every user data with a key that only the user controls?
Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd. - Voltaire