Brave Browser Picks Qwant Over Google as Default Search Engine

Brave Browser Picks Qwant Over Google as Default Search Engine

Brave, a privacy-focused browser, recently said that it has chosen Qwant as its default search engine in France and Germany instead of Google. The French search engine claims to be

Brave CEO and former Mozilla head Brendan Eich says that netizens need to be given tools so they can take a stand and fight back against ongoing privacy invasions from tech giants that profit off user data.   

Chief policy officer Johnny Ryan also said that there is a “massive and systemic” data breach going on in the behavioral advertising industry. He added that his company is looking to show useful and relevant ads without having to broadcast sensitive personal data.

Source: CNET

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