16 Dec Brave Browser Vows to Offer Greater Search Privacy
The Brave browser recently announced that it has partnered with search engine DuckDuckGo to provide better search privacy when browsing in Private tabs.
Known as “incognito mode” on Chrome, private browsing tabs allows the user to not leave browsing history on the computer. However, searchers can still be tracked online, according to DuckDuckGo Chief Executive Gabriel Weinberg. He added that DuckDuckGo should help users prevent the leak of their personal behavior details online as it doesn’t collect any private information.
The new desktop version of Brave will offer the option of using DuckDuckGo as the default search engine on private tabs, while the mobile version should have the feature around early 2018.