Good privacy starts with great security. Vanadium, a Chromium-based browser, offers the best sandbox implementation among the competition.
Brave is a free and open-source web browser developed by Brave Software, Inc. based on the Chromium web browser.
While the 'Do Not Track' feature was originally released with the best of intentions, you should now make sure you have it disabled. With IE10, Microsoft killed the feature. At this point, having it enabled does more harm than good.
DuckDuckGo has released a browser. At this time it's only for Mac, but they say a Windows version is coming soon.
Cookies may be on their way out, but tracking users is not. As with most thing, if one method gets restricted companies always seem to find another way.
Cookies directly affect your privacy. Not all cookies are equal, and they all serve different purposes. Cookies perform important and sometimes necessary services on the internet.