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at first I’d really ask the question to all of you. “How can you be sure, with which product are you more safer?”
atleast ‘I’ am not sure with any product that deals with internet. not even with the Firefox you all say it’s the best. I dont say like it. no browser is best for me
I personally don’t believe on the the statement that only FIREFOX takes care of your privacy.
the thing “google tracks your activities” is not only google. I believe every browser tracks it. and that is not about your privacy but for their next development purposes.
the thing to be noticed is not the tracks of your activities but the thing what to be noticed is that “if they share your data to third parties or not.” this is really what you need to be concerned with.
I am sure Firefox and IE6 does NOT upload user’s usage/browsing to their companies websites. Only Google’s Chrome it for sure.
I repeat, Firefox does NOT upload user’s usage. Firefox is an open-source and anyone can inspect their code and also compile it for himself. But after a crash, Firefox ask by an explicit permission by user to allow Firefox to upload the reason of crash to Mozilla to track and correct bugs. But user has full rights to cancel it (with clear Cancel button).
Safari, Chrome, and upcoming IE8, has private-mode browsing (also known as porn-mode). In this mode, nothing is saved on local computer too. All cache, internet history, cookies are deleted when you close the browser window. Yet of Firefox 3, it doesn’t have private-mode.
Chrome’s uploading of usage of user’s browsing is kind of unique in top-line browsers. Google use it against you. To properly know what you are doing they can fine-tune ads for you. When you search in Google, they can “suggest you with better results”. They can display items that “suites you”. It means they know whether a person like hockey, cricket or football, and filter things accordingly.
Now if anyone thinks that Chrome’s usage uploading is good for you or not, it’s all up to the person’s taste and choice (I had already gave example of privacy in my previous post )