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So Google owns Mozilla's Tracking Protection Servers...
I install the latest firefox version and discovered that firefox connected to tracking-protection.cdn.mozilla.net This adress (server) appears to be owned by Google LLC [United States of America] AS396982
See images attached below, or try for yourself https://dnschecker.org/all-dns-records-of-domain.php
I asume Mozilla rent's those servers from Google or just has a contract with Google to allow them and use their servers? Anyways i see this as a big issue, who can guarantee that Google doesn't see the traffic of these servers???
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Mozilla has moved a lot of its cloud based storage from Amazon Web Services (EC2:Elastic Compute Cloud) to Google Cloud Storage (GCS). There are a lot of companies that offer such cloud based storage to allow fast access to specific data from all over the world and Mozilla has chosen for GCS as better suitable.
Well in that case it doesn't really matter, google and amazon are both greedy bad companies. Switching from one evil to another makes no difference i guess. If money wasn't an issue, mozilla should host their own cloud servers or rent from a more respectul party that isn't after mass surveillance and global dominance.