Privacy-Focused Mullvad Browser Aims to Fight Data Tracking

Privacy-focused Mullvad Browser aims to fight data tracking. The new browser as you should know is at the moment free and available for Windows, Linux, and MacOS.

Mullvad Browser Data Tracking

Mullvad Browser Data Tracking

Two organizations that are focused on privacy, the Tor Project and Mullvad VPN on Monday unveiled and released a new privacy-focused web browser known as Mullvad browser. The browser as you should know is free to download and it works on Windows, Linux, and MacOS. You should also know that there is also a Firefox extension currently in beta that you can download.

“The mass surveillance of today is absurd,” Mullvad VPN CEO, Jan Jonsson in a news release stated. “The Mullvad Browser is all about providing more privacy alternatives to reach as many people as possible and make life harder for those who collect data from you.”

How the New Browser Works

The Mullvad Browser was designed and developed by the Tor Project’s engineers, and it helps to minimize data tracking. And it does that simply by making all users appear as one, which is something similar to how the Tor Browser works. That means that the more people who use the browser, the more protection users get to have.

“Developing this browser with Mullvad is about providing people with more privacy options for everyday browsing and to challenge the current business model of exploiting people’s behavioral data,” Tor Project’s executive director, Isabela Fernandes, stated.

Other Notable Privacy-Focused Browsers

The Mullvad browser is the most recent browser that is focused on user privacy. Other privacy-focused browsers you should know include DuckDuckGo and Brave. DuckDuckGo also offers users an email protection beta service that helps to strip trackers from emails and other types of privacy services.



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