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Mozilla and Google sign deal to keep Google default search engine on Firefox

Mozilla has confirmed that they've renewed their search partnership with Google keeping the Google search engine the default for the Mozilla Firefox browser. Official numbers from Mozilla have shown that Google has paid $430 million under the previous deal in 2018.

A spokesperson for Mozilla has stated that: "Mozilla’s search partnership with Google is ongoing, with Google as the default search provider in the Firefox browser in many places around the world. We've recently extended the partnership, and the relationship isn't changing."

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