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''NO ONE - AND I REPEAT NO ONE'' - IS A GREATER ADMIRER OF The World Students Society  than Proud Pakistan's Prime Minister : H.E. O''Captain Imran Khan. And I have the honor to say that with billions of followers the world over 

WE ARE AT THE INFLECTION POINT : So : You Mighty Heroes, Engineer and Technologist Rabo, Dee, Haleema, Saima, Sahar, Hussain, Ali best roll up your sleeves for more work and sacrifices and begin mapping ''the reconciliation of the total optima'' on wssciw.blogspot.com - The World Students Society - for every subject in the world.

So very soon, I will be asking this Proud Pakistani nation and the Lifelong Members 

.-  Prime Minister of Pakistan, O''Captain Imran Khan

.-  President Donald J. Trump

.-  The New York Times

.-  Prime Minister Mahathir Mohammed

.-  Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern

.-  Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

To bless us as we continue our ordained journey forward by building The World Students Society and preparing upper stages for Great Global Elections. I hope I am crystal clear?

The World Students Society rises to give the ''Life Long Members of The World Students Society'' a standing, resounding ovation. And to assure everyone that only ''Great Things will be attempted and Great things done''.

FOR THE HEROES! : GLOBAL FOUNDER FRAMERS of The World Students Society and then the students of the entire world - please, tell me, WHAT IS A PRIVATE BROWSER? Rabo, Dee, Zilli,  Haleema, Hussain, Zaeem, Sanan, Hamza, Ali?

WELL, well... Unlike mainstream web browsers, private browsers come in many forms that serve different purposes. For about a week, I tested three of the most popular options - DuckDuckGo, Brave and Firefox Focus. Even I was surprised that I eventually switched to Brave as the default browser on my iPhone.

Here's how it happened, - but before that lets begin right at the beginning Grandparents, Parents, Professors, Teachers and with students in mind from the world over.

MOST OF US USE WEB BROWSERS OUT OF HABIT. If you surf the web with Microsoft Edge  -that maybe because you use Windows. If you use Safari - that's probably because you are an Apple customer.

If you are a Chrome user, that could be because you have a Google phone or laptop, or you downloaded the Google browser on your personal device after using it on computers at school or work.

In other words we turn to the browsers that are rapidly available and familiar. It's easy to fall into browser inertia, because these apps are all fast and capable and serve the same purpose : visiting a website.

So if the differences are minimal, why bother looking for something else?

By the end of this column, I hope to persuade you to at least try something else : a new type of Internet navigator called a private browser. This kind of browser, from less known brands like DuckDuckGo and Brave, have emerged over the last years.

What stands out is that they minimize the data gathered about us by blocking the technologies used to track so.

That's generally better than what most mainstream do, especially Chrome.

While some browsers like Safari and Firefox also include tracking prevention, the smaller brands have been focused on even more PRIVACY PROTECTIONS.

We have also reached an inflection point in digital privacy. The online advertising industry has is on the brink of ceasing to use the cookies, pieces of code implanted on browsers that follow us from site to site and help make us targets for ads.

Google, whose Chrome browser is the world's most popular, has been trying to develop a way to direct ads to us without the cookie.

Let's not wait for that. You can decide now that you don't want to be tracked.

''We are at a fork in the road,'' said Gennie Gebhart, a director at the digital rights nonprofit Electronic Frontier Foundation, who follows privacy issues.

''Companies that keep the lights on by advertising to users, Google included, are scrambling to see what's the next play. It's also a time for users to be informed to make choice.''


It's important to know what private browsers do, and what they don't. So let's look under the hood:

Private browsers generally incorporate web technologies that have been around for years:

.- They rely on something called private mode, also known as incognito mode, which is a browsing session that does not record a history of the websites you have visited. This is useful if you don't want people with physical access to your device to snoop on you.

.- They can also use tracker blockers, which can often be down loaded as add-ons for a browser. The blockers depend on a list of known trackers that grab information about your identity.

Whenever you load a website, the software detects those trackers and restricts them from following you from site to site. The big downside of this approach is that blocking them can sometimes break parts of websites, like shopping carts and videos.

Privacy-focused browsers typically turn private mode on by default, or automatically purge browsing history when you quit the browser. The browsers also have tracking prevention baked in, which let's them aggressively block trackers using approaches that minimize website breakage.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Browsers, Privacy and Future, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Brian X. Chen.

With most respectful dedication to The Lifelong Members of the World Students Society, Mankind, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. 

See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011.

''' Private-Prudent '''

Good Night and God Bless

SAM Daily Times - the Voice of the Voiceless


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