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Is Brave Browser REALLY Private?

A private browser must keep you private from websites, Internet providers and most importantly, Google. Does Brave keep you private?

Is Brave Browser Really Private

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Is Brave Browser Really Private?

A true private browser should keep you, your device and your location completely hidden from websites and search engines.

Your Internet provider should NOT be able to tell what sites you visited.

Finally, there should never be any browsing evidence on your device.

That is what the BEST private browser should do, but does the Brave Browser?

We really do like Brave, it’s a great product but you can’t seriously expect a free product to prevent trillion dollar giants from collecting your personal data, can you?

The Brave Browser Does Not Hide Your Browsing From Big Tech

Here is a secret. If you downloaded your browser or use the one that was preinstalled on your device, Big Tech is already tracking you.

The Brave Browser runs ON YOUR COMPUTER, so it AUTOMATICALLY shares YOUR very valuable personal information with every site you visit. Yes that includes Google.

To be TRULY PRIVATE when browsing, the browser cannot run on your computer, it must run on a server in the cloud. This completely isolates your computer from all data gathering entities.

This is called remote browsing. The browsing is actually done away from the user’s computer always keeping them safe from viruses (and data gathering).

TraceFree is a remote browser but it does so much more than keep you private. It also keeps you virus free when you browse.

You can get your FREE TraceFree 7 Day Trial now HERE

As you can probably tell by this post, the Brave Browser isn’t as private as you think. In the video you can see how Google can still track you and how there is  also browsing evidence on your device.

See for yourself.

TraceFree is a true private browser.

Websites, search engines, Internet providers, Big Teach will NOT be able to identify you when you browse.

Your own computer will not know what sites you visited.

TraceFree is now available for Windows OS. You can start a 7 Day Free Trial today!

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