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Google Chromium, sans integration with GoogleProject mention: Google gets its way, bakes a user-tracking ad platform directly into Chrome | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-07
Using these sort of downstream patch set browsers is rarely a good idea. If it has multiple full-time developers from a respected org dedicated to it, then it can be justifiable (Tor Browser, Brave), but take a look at the gaps in time for these two pages:
There's often days you're going without security patches. If you want a browser without Google tracking, Firefox is a much better choice.
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