Google Antitrust Trial: Mozilla Failed to Replace Internet Giant with Yahoo Search

Mozilla CEO Mitchell Baker has publicly acknowledged the shortcomings of the Firefox browser company’s partnership with Yahoo, leading to a return to Google as the default search engine for Firefox. The facts of the failed deal came to light as part of the landmark antitrust trial against Google, which maintains a stranglehold on the search engine market.

Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google and Alphabet, attends a press event to announce Google as the

Poll: Facebook Is the Worst Company of 2021

Yahoo Finance runs an annual audience poll to choose the worst company of the year. This year, the clear winner of the unfortunate title of “Worst Company of the Year” is Facebook, now known as “Meta.”

Mark Zuckerberg looking perturbed

Microsoft Bing Censors ‘Tank Man’ Images on Tiananmen Anniversary

The Microsoft-owned search engine Bing is not displaying any image results for “tank man,” the most iconic image of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, even when the term is searched from within the United States. Microsoft claims the phenomenon is due to an “accidental human error,” and that the company is “working to resolve this.”

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, speaks at a media event in San Francisco, California on M

Hacker-for-Hire Pleads Guilty to Yahoo Breach

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Canadian man pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges stemming from a massive breach at Yahoo that authorities say was directed by two Russian intelligence agents and affected at least a half billion user accounts.

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Verizon Seeks New Deal Terms Following Latest Yahoo Hack

(Reuters) — Yahoo Inc came under renewed scrutiny by federal investigators and lawmakers on Thursday after disclosing the largest known data breach in history, prompting Verizon Communications Inc to demand better terms for its planned purchase of Yahoo’s internet business.

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