JWZ | Mozilla’s Original Sin:

Some will tell you that Mozilla’s worst decision was to accept funding from Google, and that may have been the first domino, but I hold that implementing DRM is what doomed them, as it led to their culture of capitulation. It demonstrated that their decisions were the decisions of a company shipping products, not those of a non-profit devoted to preserving the open web.

Sad to see Mozilla’s decline. I can’t help but wonder, which browser is left carrying the torch of the open web?

I’ve been using Safari more, as I feel it’s most aligned with my interests and tastes these days. But I’m not sure Apple is the best steward of the open web, since this platform tends to compete with their App Store platform.

So, who’s left? Certainly not Google and Chrome.