Best browsers for privacy 2017: What's the most private web browser?
With the Investigatory Powers Act requiring internet service providers keep records of each user's internet browsing history, an increasing number of people are looking to private browsers to keep their information away from prying eyes.
And while a private browser isn't 100 percent confidential, most promise to delete any cookies and tracking from your internet activity.
The best way to secure your browser information is to use a virtual private network (VPN), as it encrypts the data running between your device and your server.
Most of the browsers listed will have a VPN pre-installed, along with lots of reliable best practices and secure add-ons.
Firefox gets streamlined version of the plug-in-free Hello video calling service.
Apple's Safari also sheds combined desktop-mobile share, while Google's browsers gain impressive ground