If you care about data privacy, don’t use Chrome

Google’s business goals no longer align with ours. It’s time to make the switch, at least with your browsers.

Google Chrome may be the fastest of all web browsers, but it is also a privacy risk. In the article attached below, author Geoffrey Fowler of The Washington Post talks about how Chrome works a lot like surveillance software, and why Google can no longer be trusted with our private data. Fowler also talks about another browser, Firefox, and how it could be the best alternative to Chrome.

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