An expanded Firefox search deal with Google helped push Mozilla’s annual revenue up 8 percent to $562 million for 2017 — money that should come in handy as the nonprofit tries to salvage what’s good about the internet.
Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal and Russian election meddling have led plenty of people to question whether today’s tech is actually a net benefit for society. But Mozilla was founded to tackle those kinds of internet health issues.
Källa: Facebook’s bad times mean plenty of work for Mozilla. Its 8 percent revenue jump should help.