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Mozilla & Gecko clones After much speculation over whether Mozilla, the non-profit foundation, and Google, the search and advertising company, would renew their default search provision deal, Mozilla has announced that a new multi-year deal has been made. The deal will see Google continue to be the default search provider in the Firefox browser for "at least three additional years".
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by jacquouille on Mon 26th Dec 2011 08:58 UTC
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The $X value of the deal is undisclosed, and has only been the subject of speculation so far; the All Things D article which claimed to reveal it didn't give any indication of how it knew it, aside from referring to unidentified 'sources'.

So I think that the phrasing in this story is a bit misleading, it should present it as only a claim made by 1 journalist (and then echoed by the news-hungry press).

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