Soon after Google released the new Chrome Browser, I installed and tested it, and I really liked the speed of the browser and the concept of handling each individual tab as a sandbox. But I got concerned about my privacy, so I stopped using Chrome a few days later.
Now I found a Chrome based browser which respects the privacy. It is called Iron. Read here what they say about there release regarding privacy:
|Client-ID||Chrome creates a unique ID through which a user can be theoretically identified.||does not exist in Iron|
|Timestamp||Chrome remembers up to the second exactly when the software was installed.||does not exist in Iron|
|Suggest||Depending on the configuration, each time you put something in the address line,this information is to Google to provide suggestions.||does not exist in Iron|
|Alternate Error Pages||Depending on the configuration, if you have typed a false address in the adress bar, this is sent to Google and you get an error message from Google’s servers.||does not exist in Iron|
|Error Reporting||Depending on the configuration, details about crashes or failures are sent Google’s servers.||does not exist in Iron|
|RLZ-Tracking||This Chrome-function transmits information in encoded form to Google, for example, when and where Chrome has been downloaded.||does not exist in Iron|
|Google Updater||Chrome installs a updater, which loads at every Windows in background.||does not exist in Iron|
|URL-Tracker||Calls depending on the configuration five seconds after launch the Google homepage in background||does not exist in Iron|
And best of all, this browser does include an Adblock filter!!