Hello guys, I'd like to share some news with you I've found on the Web today. Maybe some of you already know - Robert O'callahan - one of the key engineers in Mozilla posted these words on his blog: As for now, Google pays Mozilla for keeping Google as default browser, yet this guy posted such a post and tries to make people aware of possible problems regarding Google's monopol over internet. This looks promising and I'm very curious what will happen next. I've found information that the next renegotiation of Mozilla-Google Contract is in November. I hope that this article wasn't created just under the influence of O'callahan emotions and something big will happen. Just imagine, if Mozilla would end the contact with Google and use Bing as a default browser - let's leave user experience with Bing on the side and think about SEO potential - Mozilla has around 17% of desktop traffic. Or if something would actually happen and they would create their own browser instead of starting new contract with browsers already established on the market - I think there could be some easy-to-get traffic if the algorithm would work similar to Google at the beginning. Here's the link to that article: http://robert.ocallahan.org/2014/08/choose-firefox-now-or-later-you-wont.html I keep my fingers crossed for some huge changes.