Privacy Blog

"Friends don’t let friends get spied on.' – Richard Stallman, President of the Free Software Foundation and longtime advocate of privacy in technology.

The Best Browsers for Privacy

From an article by Anita George in the web site:

“While speed and user-friendliness are important concerns to consider when looking for a new browser, it’s also important to find the right browser for your privacy needs. Our picks for the best browsers for privacy include a wide variety of privacy features.

“In fact, consider our top pick, Brave. It’s a browser that contains many of the same features better known browsers have, but its emphasis on privacy and security really set it apart. Features like default and customizable settings that allow you to block things like ads, trackers, and malware make Brave a particularly helpful browser for privacy.

“The staff at Digital Trends have written thousands of news articles and helpful guides to help you get the most out of your online experience. And if Brave still isn’t the right browser for your secure browsing needs, scroll on to check out our other great privacy browser picks.”

The full article is available at:

As a side note: I switched to the Brave browser several months ago and am very happy with the results. A combination of the Brave browser plus the DuckDuckGo search engine will greatly reduce the amount of spying that you are experiencing. Now if you would just get rid of Gmail…

Categories: Online Privacy & Security, Thoughts About Privacy, Web Browsers

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