Brave, which has been blocking Google’s FLoC since last April, now says that the new Topics API does nothing to address the problem.
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Brave announced today that its flagship web browser surpassed over 50 million monthly active users by the end of 2021, hitting its publicly stated usage goal.
As part of its ongoing push to eliminate Google from our daily web experiences, Brave is removing Google Search as its default search engine.
Privacy-focused web browser maker Brave has announced a beta version of its privacy-focus search engine, Brave Search.
The Brave web browser now has over 30 million monthly active users and the firm is introducing a new feature, called Playlist, on iOS.
Brave announced today that it is working to disable Google’s new Federated Learning of Cohorts (FLoC) tracking method.
Brave announced today that it has acquired the open search engine Tailcat and will integrate it into its desktop and mobile web browsers.
In a bid to make the web faster, safer, and more open, Brave has integrated IPFS capabilities into its Chromium-based web browser.
Additionally, the firm revealed that Brave now has over 16.7 million monthly active users and 5.7 million daily active users.
Brave announced today that it is partnering with Guardian to bring a firewall and VPN to the iPhone and iPad versions of its web browser.
Brave, which makes a privacy-focused web browser alternative, has been caught redirecting searches with affiliate links.
The internet archive is now directly integrated into the Brave Browser, letting users access deleted web pages from the internet archive with a single click.
Web browsers are, by far, the most important applications we use on desktop and mobile. But privacy matters.
Brave offers many of the advantages of the new Microsoft Edge but it has even better tracking protection than Firefox.
Microsoft's belated adoption of Chromium is great news for everybody. Well. Almost everybody.
Brave has announced the first formal beta release of its flagship alternative web browser.