The Iridium browser makes several claims to protect user privacy.
Its most notable claim is that it doesn't "phone home." Additionally, Iridium is relatively "de-googled."
However, how does this privacy browser stack up on other fronts in addition to its claims?
ATH aims to find out.
So, officially, the short answer is: not a lot directly, slightly more indirectly.
However, HTTPS remains important for security of your data transmitted from your browser to a website, which can have an impact on your privacy.
Let's have a look at how HTTPS may have an impact on online privacy....
Vivaldi openly markets itself as a privacy browser that has a cool UX with native productivity tools.
Perhaps two of its biggest "selling points" are its native ad/tracker blocker and its tab management features.
Does it offer anything more than this? Can it be considered a privacy browser?
The Brave browser is one of the more popular privacy browsers out there.
It's a full-featured browser available for many of the most popular platforms across mobile and desktop systems.
However, even though the browser is free and open source, the company behind it (Brave) has been involved in...