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This post was originally published on 14 APR 2021; this an update to the last revision 17 FEB 2022.

Most Android phones come from the factory with Google Chrome installed. As you're more than likely aware, Google Chrome is highly detrimental to your online privacy. Of the Android phones that d...

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This post was originally published on 2 APR 2021; this is an update to the last revision 13 FEB 2022.

Unfortunately, you can't just outright delete Safari on a regular iPhone.

But you can absolutely minimize your use of it by downloading, installing, and using a browser focused on your privacy!...

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This post was originally published on 7 OCT 2021. It has since been revised and updated.

Long story short: Google Chrome sucks for privacy.

Now, with that out the way, I'm here to show you how to download, install, and tweak the Ungoogled Chromium browser.

Bear in mind that installing and...

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This post was originally published on 26 DEC 2020. It has since been revised and updated.

Privacy browsers mostly function the same as your "normal" browsers - but user (read: your) privacy and security are at the forefronts of their functions.

Ideally, these browsers are open-source so that...

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