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Is that chrome is better than Firefox for privacy?
Some sites on web are telling that Chrome is better for security and privacy both, but privacy is much better in Firefox. Is that i'm wrong? or below site is wrong? http://vintaytime.com/premium/web-browser/
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No; you are definately not wrong !
Chrome is a 'Google-browser' and you know what that means, don't you ?
I'd stick with Firefox, but that is totally up to you, of course.
Greetings from Happy112.
We believe Firefox is good, but of course are biased.
- See https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/desktop/
The site you linked to still seems to rate Firefpx as Number one, and I did not notice it trying to explain why Google Chrome may be considered best for privacy.
This is not the place for browser comparisons, there are loads of places already doing that. Here are links to some of the Firefox help articles
- Use a Primary Password to protect stored logins and passwords
- Private Browsing - Use Firefox without saving history
- What happened to Tracking Protection?
Have you ever read Googles T&C for anything from emails to search engines, it likes hoovering up and using all your data. Compare with Mozilla