Brave is an open sourceweb browser, announced by the co-founder of the Mozilla Project, Brendan Eich. It aims to block website trackers and remove intrusive internet advertisements, and replaces them with ads sold by Eich’s company. The browser also strives to improve privacy by sharing less data with advertising customers, targeting web ads through anonymized analysis of their browsing history instead.
The Brave browser is tops at speed and privacy by blocking ads and trackers. By adding micropayments, it also gives users and publishers a better deal.
The new Brave browser blocks all the greed and ugliness on the Web that slows you
down and invades your privacy. Then we put clean ads back, to fund website owners and Brave users alike. Users can spend their funds to go ad-free on their favorite sites.
Brave blocks harmful advertising
Brave redirects sites to HTTPS
Brave blocks Tracking Pixels and Tracking Cookies
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