Microsoft talks about privacy and transparency for Edge

Microsoft talks about privacy and transparency for Edge

Compared to several years ago, there are a number of internet browsers one can use on desktop, laptop, smartphone or a tablet to surf the web and do all of the digital things associated with Tematica’s Digital Lifestyle investing theme. While the more commone ones are Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Google’s Chrome, and Apple’s Safari, there have been functionality, compatibility as well as privacy concerns with those products. In fact, in a bid to protect our privacy and block data-grabbing ads and trackers, members of Team Tematica prefer to use Brave, Firefox and DuckDuckGo as well as NordVPN, Norton VPN and Cloudflare. Given all of that it, as well as Apple talking up how it values the privacy of its customers, it comes as little surprise that Microsoft would discuss its improved privacy with Edge, its new internet browser. Now to see what Google does…

Our browser privacy promise is to provide you with the protection, transparency, control and respect you deserve. To uphold commitments to give you transparency into Microsoft products, the Microsoft Edge team provided a privacy whitepaper that explains how Microsoft Edge features and services work and how each may affect your privacy. The goal of the Microsoft Edge team is to give you a full understanding into how your data is used, how to control the different features, and how to manage your collected data, so you have the info you need to make the right privacy decisions for you.

Source: Microsoft Edge Privacy Whitepaper – Microsoft Edge Development | Microsoft Docs

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Chris Versace, Chief Investment Officer
I'm the Chief Investment Officer of Tematica Research and editor of Tematica Investing newsletter. All of that capitalizes on my near 20 years in the investment industry, nearly all of it breaking down industries and recommending stocks. In that time, I've been ranked an All Star Analyst by Zacks Investment Research and my efforts in analyzing industries, companies and equities have been recognized by both Institutional Investor and Thomson Reuters’ StarMine Monitor. In my travels, I've covered cyclicals, tech and more, which gives me a different vantage point, one that uses not only an ecosystem or food chain perspective, but one that also examines demographics, economics, psychographics and more when formulating my investment views. The question I most often get is "Are you related to…."

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