Feeling foxy thinking your tapping alone. Well, you’re not! You’re web browser is constantly compromising your privacy by secretly digging at your personal data. It’s looking for juicy personal info to help identify and keep track of you.
Maybe they do it secretly because you’d feel creepy if you knew all the personal data they took and sold. It’s long past time to keep your personal life private because we’re all slipping into the age of surveillance and tyranny.
Table of Contents
- List: Required Web Browser Features
- Table: Compare Brave and Firefox.
- What Else to Know About Web Browsers for Conservatives?
- Beyond the Obvious
What You Really Need to Know About Conservative Web Browser Privacy?
After listening to weeks of internet security experts gab, I’ve come to an easy conclusion. Achieving conservative web browser privacy is way beyond the reach of most.
Every week for 5 months, I watched a different hour-long YouTube video by an expert on web browser privacy. While he really was smart and experienced, I could tell he was “grasping for straws.”
Here, I am going to get right to the point with the best simple answer, the only one.
Google dominates the web browser business.
There can be no doubt that Google Chrome has dominated the web browser business for decades. And, through their “open source” Chromium project, every popular web browser uses its code base.
This means Chrome and every popular web browser have a “hidden back door” to gather your personal data. Obviously, this means you can’t use any browser built using Chromium and still retain your privacy.
Coming soon! Blocking conservative websites at the browser level!
The sending of updates with code to block conservative websites is a certain as that chair you’re sitting on! So, how can you stay in touch politically with the likes of Gab, Parler, and Trump’s new site soon to appear?
How do I access blocked conservative websites?
Download a minimalistic new-age web browser written by conservatives in Linux OS, and step up to the future.
Why Linux OS browser are better?
While not as pretty, they are fast! And, right out of the gate, you don’t need to worry about hidden “back doors” and and the long list of privacy options with the major browsers.
Note: Of course, Google can also “read the tea leaves.” And, so have integrated Linux into their new Google Chrome OS web browser. While it’s a worthy upgrade, don’t get fooled. They’ve made sure it has their critical “back door” spying code.
Why Linux OS Browsers are worse?
However, be advised that these new Linux OS web browsers for conservatives are not as pretty, and many require using shortcuts to get around. But, even that is changing.
I hope you like my simplistic method of reviewing conservative web browser privacy. It is a review that needed simplifying.
Public Browser Reviews
Since all public browsers are built on Google Chrome or The Chromium Project, I would go with either Google Chrome or the Brave Browser. Both you can use “right out of the box.” And, do some tweaking with their privacy settings if you wish.
Google Chrome: The most popular web browser in the world!
Google Chrome works well, but the program itself is bloated (possibly with your stolen data). If you’re often pushing the limitations of your processing memory, I’d go to the more slimmed down Brave Browser.
The Brave Browser: Fast, blocks ads, features crypto tokens
Notice that I didn’t say doesn’t spy on you! That’s because my tests were not conclusive, and I found no others on the net. Plus, I don’t get their business model of how they earn money, if not spy and sell data.
In any case, it is fast and blocks ads. And, I like the concept of their sharing revenue via crypto tokens with content creators and users. Didn’t really understand it at first, but I just bought my first cup of coffee by converting my earned tokens into a Bitcoin fragment.
Linux OS-type: web browser privacy and no blockage of websites
If you’re even the least bit techy, you can handle this type of web browser. They are less elegant and need fewer features. But, they do one thing very well.
They browse the internet very well!
My reviews, research, and common sense tell me most conservatives are better off with just two web browsers. One for public use and another Linux-based distro for browsing conservative websites that become blocked later on from updates.
Then, you got your bases covered, and as a bonus, you’re prepared even more for the future. I hope you’ll take my simpler advice over the complex, never work, options I see out there.
I sincerely, hope that Google doesn’t begin blocking conservative web sites at the web browser level, but it seems inevitable.