Browser privacy is an issue on the front lines of the browser wars. This comparative report examines the privacy mechanisms built into the browsers of tested vendors, and it assesses their implications for user privacy. Although none of the browsers are configured for maximum privacy by default, some have reasonably good default privacy settings, while others have actively avoided providing privacy protections to consumers.
How effective is the Do Not Track browser privacy setting, and do private browsing modes really eliminate tracking? To learn more and to discover which browser performs best with regard to out-of-the-box privacy configuration, download this report.