Linked by addoula on Tue 5th Oct 2010 22:02 UTC
Opera Software Since the launch of Opera 10.5 in March 2010, I've been using it as my primary browser, whether at work or at home. Using Ubuntu at work, and a Windows netbook at home, I wanted a fast browser for my netbook and a coherent browsing experience on both operating systems. And this is where Opera 10.5 (and newer) fits perfectly.
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On privacy
by Lennie on Tue 5th Oct 2010 23:38 UTC
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Interresting, how you say have privacy problems with Chrome (or Chromium) which is Open Source and people can look at the code. But you would use Opera instead because of that. Where no one can take a look at the code, other then Opera.

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RE: On privacy
by joekiser on Wed 6th Oct 2010 05:32 in reply to "On privacy"
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Wouldn't a more efficient method of ensuring privacy be to inspect the packets leaving your computer? In that case, it wouldn't really matter if you were using a closed-source or open-source browser.

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RE[2]: On privacy
by jgagnon on Wed 6th Oct 2010 12:52 in reply to "RE: On privacy"
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The sad reality is that the vast majority of computer users have no clue as to what individual programs are (or are not) sending and/or receiving on their computers.

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RE: On privacy
by rafaelluik on Wed 6th Oct 2010 17:31 in reply to "On privacy"
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Chrome isn't open-source.
It has closed-source parts.

Only Chromium project (which doesn't contain Google's personalization + stealing data engine ;) ) is open-source.

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