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A #spyware level comparison between #web #browsers


For general details, see the #publicdomain source: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html
For the spyware.neocities.org article discussing a concrete browser from the list below, click on its icon.

Top Tier - Recommended for regular usage.


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High Tier - Recommended, with slight caveats.


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Mid Tier - Significant privacy, usability, and/or trust issues.


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Low Tier - Huge privacy AND trust issues.


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Shit Tier - #Botnet web browsers


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#privacy #GNU #IceCat #Firefox #Google #Chrome #Chromium #Microsoft #Internet #Explorer #Opera #qutebrowser #falkon #PaleMoon #WaterFox #Brave #Vivaldi #www


 
I have just switched from #Chromium to #Waterfox browser. The reason is that #Google is actively preventing users from installing some extensions such as #AdNauseam. AdNauseam is an ad blocker that additionally silently clicks the ads that it blocks, devaluing the analytics ( #surveilance ) data. Google of course profits from ads and doesn't want this to be happening, so this is exactly what we need to do. So please consider installing AdNauseam.


 
I have just switched from #Chromium to #Waterfox browser. The reason is that #Google is actively preventing users from installing some extensions such as #AdNauseam. AdNauseam is an ad blocker that additionally silently clicks the ads that it blocks, devaluing the analytics ( #surveilance ) data. Google of course profits from ads and doesn't want this to be happening, so this is exactly what we need to do. So please consider installing AdNauseam.


 

A #spyware level comparison between #web #browsers


For general details, see the #publicdomain source: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html
For the spyware.neocities.org article discussing a concrete browser from the list below, click on its icon.

Top Tier - Recommended for regular usage.


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High Tier - Recommended, with slight caveats.


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Mid Tier - Significant privacy, usability, and/or trust issues.


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Low Tier - Huge privacy AND trust issues.


Image/Photo Image/Photo

Shit Tier - #Botnet web browsers


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#privacy #GNU #IceCat #Firefox #Google #Chrome #Chromium #Microsoft #Internet #Explorer #Opera #qutebrowser #falkon #PaleMoon #WaterFox #Brave #Vivaldi #www


 

A #spyware level comparison between #web #browsers


For general details, see the #publicdomain source: https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/browsers.html
For the spyware.neocities.org article discussing a concrete browser from the list below, click on its icon.

Top Tier - Recommended for regular usage.


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High Tier - Recommended, with slight caveats.


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Mid Tier - Significant privacy, usability, and/or trust issues.


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Low Tier - Huge privacy AND trust issues.


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Shit Tier - #Botnet web browsers


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#privacy #GNU #IceCat #Firefox #Google #Chrome #Chromium #Microsoft #Internet #Explorer #Opera #qutebrowser #falkon #PaleMoon #WaterFox #Brave #Vivaldi #www