Best browsers for privacy

Today, more than ever keeping your data private is very important

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The Investigatory Powers Act requires internet service providers keep records of each user's internet browsing history. However there is an option to keep information away from prying eyes: private browsers.

While a private browser isn't 100 percent confidential, most promise to delete any cookies and tracking from your internet activity.

Most of the browsers listed will have a VPN pre-installed, which is by far the most effective way to browse privately. Many also come with secure add-ons.

With a number of options out there for private browsing, we take a look at the best browsers on the market for privacy.  Please note this list is not ranked.

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