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"The Brave browser is a fork of Chromium with a built-in adblocker and some other neat privacy-friendly features. From a quick glance, it looks amazing, right? Chrome but pro-privacy! Sadly, you'd be wrong. Brave's history is full of controversies, many of which are deal-breakers for people."

aspenuwu.me/blog/dont-use-brav

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@ScottMortimer I use Vivaldi, it's made in Scandinavia by a bunch of people who used to make Opera before that browser turned into Chinese spyware

I'm amazed how much stuff I read in the media about the amazing new privacy browser Brave but I never see a single mention of Vivaldi, Brave must spend more on PR

@sproid
I agree completely. Very disappointed to the point that I now use Vivaldi on mobile and Chrome or Firefox on desktop. Brave is sore subject on many levels.

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