7. Best browsers for privacy: Epic privacy browser
Epic removes all frills to maximise security and all cookies and trackers are eliminated after each session so no data is collected. However, like Aviator maximising privacy can slow down browsing.
8. Best browsers for privacy: Google Chrome
With Google Chrome's integrated approach, passwords and bookmarks along with emails and G+ are all synced, making it easy to feel vulnerable. However, Chrome's privacy failings seem to be third party problems, not Chrome browser issues. Chrome's collected user data is encrypted and their privacy settings are easy to use allowing users to disable settings they wish to protect their privacy.
9. Best browsers for privacy: Mozilla Firefox
Firefox definitely puts privacy first and like Chrome, its data is encrypted for security. For added peace of mind Firefox review all add-ons before realise or highlights that they are 'experimental'. This is something Chrome does not do and could lead to adware trouble.
Source: Computerworld UK
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