Google Chrome Seems to Have Become a Spy Software

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Are you also a loyal consumer of Google’s Chrome Browser? If, yes then you need to change your loyalty to another browser.
A recent report by The Washington Post proves that Google Chrome is none other than spy software working directly for Google. They found more than 11,000 tracker cookies with a time period of a week.


Here, How It works.

Cookies are used to recognize things about websites: your login information, what you have in your shopping cart, what language you prefer. They are created by websites and sit in your browser.
In certain time cookies are allowed to expire from that website end but here it comes the twist, Google Chrome doesn’t allow those cookies to expire and works as a background process to store more and more information about the user.

Best Alternative of Google Chrome, Brave Browser

google chrome a spy software

Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on Google’s open source Chromium web browser project.
Interesting thing is that is built by one of the co-founders of Mozilla’s Firefox Browser.
Brave is a more-or-less standard browser that lets users navigate to websites, run web apps and display or play online content. It has inbuilt third-party tracker blocking system which works flawlessly every time.

If you still don’t feel safe in normal browsing, Brave provides the safest option to browse the internet, it provides the support of Tor (aka the onion router) project. Brave never remembers what you do in a Private Window. With Tor, your browsing is also hidden from your ISP or employer, and your IP address is hidden from the sites you visit.

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Why Choose Brave?

  • All chrome experiences like extensions, web apps but in much ease
  • Powerful Ads, Scripts and Third-Party Tracker Blocker
  • Fast and Light Weight(*consumes less RAM)
  • Fingerprint Prevention
  • HTTPS upgrading and Cookies Control

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