Goodbye, Chrome: Google’s web browser has become spy software
Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week. Here’s why Firefox is better.
@privacytools Was it not always spyware?
@moz You're probably right. But it's good that the mainstream media is informing about this now.
@privacytools Only if Firefox supported vaapi on Linux. 🤐
I have started to use Bromite browser on Android, it works great :)
For PC, I recommend Icecat or ABrowser.
@selea @privacytools Yes Chrome is crap but "tracking cookies" isn't really Chrome's fault. It's the fault of crappy Websites and lazy webdevs that include 50 3rd Party services in their site. I stead of using the Firefox setting you should checkout uBlock Origin + uMatrix + Decentraleyes + First Party Isolation. Mord advanced atuff but better protection.
@privacytools 👌 Have switched back to Firefox start of last year after it could copy all passwords into Firefox from your google account.
Switched to either duckduckgo.com & bling for searches so google cant offer Amazon what I search buy-able.
@privacytools Ironically the Washington Post itself is full of trackers...
"Private browsing is permitted exclusively for our subscribers. Turn off private browsing to keep reading this story, or subscribe to use this feature, plus get unlimited digital access."
@privacytools Is Brave Browser a good replacement for Chrome?
Or is firefox and tor browser better?
@privacytools I use alteenative derivatives of Firefox to avoid further contamination with their "funny" ideas about making money vs. privacy.