Best Conservative Web Browser Privacy Reviews

Radical, common sense recommendations for conservatives.

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Feeling foxy thinking your tapping alone. Well, you’re not! Your web browser is constantly amassing your personal information. Looking for juicy personal info to build your personal profile.

Once used to help you receive ads more tailor to your interest, the acquisition of your information has evolved into spying on you! And, there appears no way to stop it.

Why today’s so-called private web browsers are not a serious attempt to help:

  • All popular browsers have back doors to silently download your personal data. While you can activate security features to turn off or block the release of certain personal info, the downloading continues no matter what!
  • Some internet providers’ infrastructures also allow hidden Google software to download your personal data. Including even some cell tower connections!
  • Privacy browsers (like the Brave Browser) can only hide your “Finger” ID, not your IP address. Hiding this ID makes your browser practically useless, as eliminates identification of site (like YouTube) preferences.
  • Although some offer built-in Virtual Private Networks (VPNs), they still do not guarantee the privacy of the important IP address. There are other methods of finding the address. One common one is Triangulation of nearby routers to find your location.
  • They throw in features only security experts would even understand. For example, compatibility with the hack resistance, peer-to-peer “Interplanetary File System” security.
best conservative web browser privacy doesn't send out a browser fingerprint
After installing the Brave Browser, the fingerprint cookie is not sent, but the IP address is sent out.

The main block to your web browser security is the use of Google “back doors” on Chrome and all popular web browsers. There are none that don’t grant Google access to download your personal data from their browsers. Or, if there are, I am waiting for one to publicly claim this.

The Common Web Browser Privacy Features

  • Block ads (even Chrome can do that!).
  • Block third-party tracking cookies.
  • Run faster than Chrome. Sure strip out a few tasks and a web browser runs faster. But now, the Google Chrome web browser can do the same.

Since all the Google Chromium Project third-party web browsers have these same features available via virtual toggle switches, they are not a deciding factor when choosing the best privacy web browser.

There is an answer, but you may not like it!

In my struggle to find you an answer, I “chip at the edges” of the unsolvable problem of shutting down the downloading of your personal data by your web browser. Thankfully, I do have an answer, but you may not like it.

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Brave Browser

The sexy interface allows sending files using the “Interplanetary File System.” If you never heard of it before, you’re not alone! Brave also lets you earn cryptocurrency just for browsing. But, you’ll need to browse for a few years before earning enough spendable money for a pizza.

Google Chrome

Why would you ever leave such a stable privacy web browser? It’s a blotted privacy web browser that can bring down any computer with borderline RAM memory (500 MBS) and simultaneous running with an anti-virus program.

Linux Distro Browsers

You’re going to need computer savvy for this one!. It’s a class of original codebases written by individuals or small companies. Some are very fast and secure. But, can’t prevent your local IP provider from cashing in by allowing Google to download your data.

Conclusion

I hope I’ve simplified a private web browser choice that appears at first difficult. What I can’t help is the lack of your real privacy choices.

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By Wayne

I am an Op-Ed writer and commentaries specializing in America's conservative political issues for over 6 years. I am truly am an independent journalist as I receive no outside funding or commissions. I am driven by the need for everyone to understand the daily news in context.

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