I'm not a fan of the way Google does things myself (I prefer to use DuckDuckGo - it's as anonymous as you can get with search engines, really), but I kinda respect the fact that they're almosty always transparent about the way they use all the information they gather from you - they openly tell you in, like, "We need details about you to filter those ads and fill those databases and all that stuff", while all the other similar services are either try to sugarcoat the thing as much as possible ("SUBSCRIBE TO OUR DAILY FEED! ALL WE NEED IS YOUR FULL NAME AND ADRESS, BUT THAT'S A OKAY"), or just hide everything as much as possible. In fact, if every company was as open as that when it comes to personal data gathering, I would trust the Internet much more - I'm ok if my personal info is used for some minor things like ad filtering and various algorithm improving, as long as I'm actually aware about where and when my info is being used.Pale Moon. Because I want control over as many things as possible. I don't trust Google at all, considering everything that's been revealed since James Damore got fired.
I would totally not recommend using anything but internet explorer.Wait, you mean there's alternatives to Internet Explorer?? Next you're going to tell me, I can watch movies at home without going to Redbox.
Sometimes I hate being a graymuzzle, lol.
Picks up cane and heads to rocking chair....
Interesting, I never heard of that browser, I have heard of 'Brave' (which I haven't really tried) though which promotes something similar.Pale Moon. Because I want control over as many things as possible. I don't trust Google at all, considering everything that's been revealed since James Damore got fired.
Glad this browser have support for AdBlock and NoScript.