It’s your business, not ours to do what you do online

It’s your business, not ours to do what you do online

Updated Sep 21, 2021

Do you remember the time that your smartphone searched for blenders and then displayed an advertisement for it while browsing YouTube on your computer? Google knows you are there. Your browser can store and share every site that you visit, each password you type, and any video or audio you download. This is so advertisers, corporations and other nosy folks can earn billions of dollars per year. Google, along with Amazon and Facebook, captures more than two-thirds all digital advertising dollars. It monitors your online activity to make sales.

Brave is designed to safeguard you against this predatory surveillance economy. Brave does not track users and identifies them individually while browsing, but Brave keeps your information private. While Google Chrome stores your browsing history and other information, Brave does not. We don’t wish to have that data.


Brave has never saved your personal information and will never again.

Google, other tech companies and others are allowed to use your browsing data when you visit Chrome. Third parties can use Trackers to monitor your location and purchase history, as well as your movement. Google’s business model is based on tracking. Google owns the five top tracking tools.

Brave automatically blocks trackers so you can surf anonymously and freely. Brave Shields is Brave’s inbuilt blocking tool. It works overtime to stop stalkers online. This makes it harder for your browsing activities to be identified and automatically upgrade you to the best connection every time you visit new websites.

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Ads that are intrusive

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Secure connections (HTTPS).

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Malware & Phishing

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Browse, Uninterrupted

Invasive ads track your movements and collect personal data to make you buy. Google Chrome can allow you to play autoplay videos and large banner ads. Even worse is that Google may continue collecting your data, even though you ask them to.

To stay safe in Chrome, you will need to install apps and adjust your settings manually. Brave automatically blocks intrusive ads, so you don’t have to install or manage ad blocking software. You can keep ads hidden, or you can opt in to see privacy-respecting Brave Advertisements. Brave approves every ad you see and tracks it. You don’t have to be concerned about your ads being tracked. Brave does not store any of your personal data.

Privacy made easy

Brave comes with more privacy protections that any other browser. But, if you need even stronger privacy protections, you can get them. Although Google Chrome’s Incognito Mode offers more privacy than its regular mode, it doesn’t hide browsing activities or whereabouts. This means that information about you can be shared with sites, Internet providers, employers, and even your employer. Third-party trackers can still spy on you even though it doesn’t stop them.

Brave allows you to create a private window with Tor. This keeps your search history and location hidden from anyone, even us.

Brave is committed to protecting your privacy. We will block bad actors from using your information to steal and store it.

Your online business is yours, and not ours. Get Brave now.