Opera "chats" even in private mode...
A Former User last edited by A Former User
(...) Private browser mode not private
The next surprise awaited us when analyzing the data traffic:
Even in private browser mode, Microsoft Edge reports accessed URLs to a manufacturer's server.
c't also observed this behavior in Opera, so you never really surf privately here. Opera also attracted attention with its included advertising extensions, for example from Amazon. (...)
=> opera - please comment on this (= that's a disaster!)
leocg Moderator Volunteer last edited by
@bierkaese Private Windows/Mode in browsers is for local privacy, for the user to hide her/his surfing habits from those who may have access to her/his Opera installation, her/his computer.
The original start page in private window clearly shows what it hides and what it doesn't.
A Former User last edited by
why so sensitive? then I was quite right, apparently!
that you work for opera, I have claimed at no point, read - understand - then answer! Is always better...
Look at the test, it's self-explanatory, actually! Similarly, a test recently at Kuketz-blog - in the statement even clearer. Since it needs something more than such meaningless, clearly evasive text modules!
Schneider67 last edited by
This Browser is a privacy-disaster......