Best browsers for privacy 2018
With online privacy bills such as the Investigatory Powers Act here in the UK and the National Security Agency's surveillance program over in the US, more people are turning to browsers with strong privacy features to keep their data away from prying eyes.
But let's face it, no browser is 100 percent confidential. However, most browsers built for privacy promise to delete cookies and tracking from your internet activity.
Some even provide built-in security features such as pre-installed VPNs. This adds an extra layer of privacy but can sometimes slow your browsing down, although they are definitely worth it.
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