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2lazy2debug4036131dBrave browser + BAT token
sauronjs258131dIt should in collab or question
Wack6571131dFor the privacy stuff, take a look at scion (it's more about signing and chain of trust than annonymity, but it's an attempt to replace the current AS fuckup, we call internet...)
snaz1266130dSo basically tor plus bitcoin donations?
linuxxx155746130d@sauronjs What's the point of a privacy friendly browser when you can't install addons on it?
As in, privacy protections change fast so extending those via add-ons would be a good thing but also, if you limit someone's abilities as for changing tracking protections (as far as I'm aware you can't install addons on it), what's the point of calling it a privacy friendly browser? I haven't seen canvas fingerprinting protection options while that's quite a good way to track people outside of cookies.
Correct me if I'm wrong as for the add-ons part!
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