Staying anonymous online can be tough, and trackers are constantly following you, trying to grab information on what you’re looking at. If you want to give them the boot, download the Tor Browser for Android.
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Mozilla has dramatically changed the look and feel of its browser since the introduction of Firefox Quantum two years ago now — a release that prefaced the arrival of other new features that promote privacy and speed, like an extension that makes it harder for Facebook to track you. And now today, Mozilla is touting a new Firefox browser update that comes with a big speed boost to try and give Google Chrome a run for its money.
Google started testing ads in the Google app’s Discover feed — then the Google Feed — around this time last year, with advertisements mixed in with non-sponsored content. The test wasn’t popular; the proximity of the feed to many phones’ home screens made the ads feel especially obtrusive. But it was apparently a hit with advertisers, as Google has announced that those ads will be the norm this year.
The bulk of feed ads will be part of two new advertisement categories Google is introducing called Discovery ads and Gallery ads. Read More
Chrome browser will make it harder for companies that are not Google to track you online
Google is about to make a move that will prove that it’s also getting a lot more serious about privacy than you’d expect from a company that collects a treasure trove of information about you. A report says that Google will launch a new feature for the Chrome browser that will make it a lot harder for companies to track you online, but only as long as those companies are not Google.