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  1. Brave is making a big leap into the search market Brave Search will offer a private alternative to Google Search (Image credit: Shutterstock / bangoland) Brave Software, the company behind the privacy-focused browser Brave, has announced that it has acquired the open search engine Tailcat which it will soon use to enter the search market. Tailcat was developed by the team formerly responsible for privacy search and browser products at Cliqz and the search engine will become the foundation
  2. Brave privacy bug exposes Tor onion URLs to your DNS provider Brave Browser is fixing a privacy issue that leaks the Tor onion URL addresses you visit to your locally configured DNS server, exposing the dark web websites you visit. Brave is Chromium-based browser that has been modified with privacy in mind, including a built-in ad blocker, tight data controls, and a built-in Tor browser mode to browse the web anonymously. Websites located on Tor use onion URL addresses that users can only access through the Tor network. For example, DuckDuckGo's
  3. Brave browser-maker launches privacy-friendly news reader By design, Brave Today doesn't let the company or third parties build user profiles. Enlarge Getty Images 78 with 55 posters participating, including story author Brave Software, maker of the Brave Web browser, is introducing a news reader that’s designed to protect user privacy by preventing parties—both internal and third party—from tracking the sites, articles, and story topics people view. Brave Today, as the service is called,
  4. An unofficial version of Brave browser brings native ARM64 support Privacy-focused Brave browser launched late last year after almost four years of being in the works. The browser is based on the Chromium open-source project and joins the likes of Microsoft Edge that is built on that platform. However, while Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft’s offering currently support ARM64 PCs natively in the stable channels, Brave does not. That might change, as Windows Insider MVP Jeremy Sinclair was able to compile an unofficial build of the open-source Brave browser that
  5. Recently, I wrote about the Brave team’s report on the data collecting and bidding practises in government-associated websites in the United Kingdom. The conclusions in that report were shocking, as it was found that many of the nation’s council websites had data collected without permission. Almost 7 million accounts were linked to data broker LiveRamp, which until recently was associated with Cambridge Analytica. These include accounts linked to websites related to disability and addiction. Google serves 196 of UK’s council websites and the data made ava
  6. The browser maker has rolled out one form of Brave Ads and its scheme to tie them to 'payments' based on users agreeing to view the ads. Brave Brave Software has finally kicked off its alternative ad concept by rolling out one form of Brave Ads and tying them to "payments" based on users agreeing to view those ads. Users who volunteer to see the ads will be given 70% of the revenue the ads generated, not in cash but in BATs, or Basic Attention Tokens, the crypto-backed currency that drives the Brave economy. Users cannot exchange BATs
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