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Henrywu18 2019-3-21 10:54 AM

Browser Privacy

[b]Google ChromeGoogle Chrome may be the most popular browser that is secure and hardened against exploits, but it’s horrible when it comes to privacy.
At heart, Google is fundamentally a [b]data collection company[/b] that works hard to [url=https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jun/29/google-reveals-information-it-knows-about-you-my-activity]know everything about you[/url]. This helps Google to dominate the advertising industry. For this basic reason, it’s a good idea to consider [url=https://restoreprivacy.com/google-alternatives/]alternatives to all Google products[/url], including Chrome.
[img=1045,580]https://cdn-resprivacy.pressidium.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/google-chrome-tracking-.jpg[/img]
While it may be secure against exploits, Chrome is not worth the privacy tradeoff and handing over your data to Google.
[b]Microsoft Internet Explorer/EdgeEdge is another browser that’s offered by a data collection behemoth: Microsoft.
Just like with Windows, it’s a good idea to avoid all Microsoft products, including Internet Explorer, and their newest browser called Edge. Internet Explorer and Edge are also closed-source, so there’s no telling what’s going on behind the scenes.
[b]Opera browserOpera is not a browser I would ever use or recommend due to privacy concerns. Here are some alarming details I found last time I checked the Opera privacy policy:
[img=1000,320]https://cdn-resprivacy.pressidium.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/opera-browser.png[/img]Opera’s privacy policy is rather concerning.You can see above that Opera is explicitly stating that your data will be collected and shared with third parties. Additionally, Opera was sold to a large Chinese conglomerate and it’s not clear if there are any protections of user data under Chinese law – unlike, for example, with the [url=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_Data_Protection_Regulation]GDPR[/url] in Europe.[/b][/b][/b]
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