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Old 30-06-18, 00:38
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Brave Brave browser's hamburger menu serves Tor onion routing The Register
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Private tabs squeezed through anonymizing network taste like actual privacy

Brave Software has updated its web browser so that its private mode actually supports privacy, or nearly a few lingering technical issues still need to get ironed out.
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More about Brave browser with Tor option:

Brave Introduces Beta of Private Tabs with Tor for Enhanced Privacy while Browsing | Brave Browser

Brave browser gets private tab with Tor option - gHacks Tech News
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The makers of the Brave web browser announced a new feature today that introduces an option to open private browsing tabs with Tor for that added bit of privacy.
Brave advances browser privacy with Tor-powered tabs - CNET
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Want more online privacy? Brave, the ad-blocking browser, has a new way to get it on the web.
I've never used Brave,but it looks good from the privacy perspective.
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From Sophos' Naked Security:

Brave adds Tor to reinvent anonymous browsing Naked Security
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