People have fast grown accustomed to having easy access to the internet no matter where they are, but this convenience comes at a high price. Now that digital data is the world’s favorite commodity, advertisers are collecting it with any opportunity they can get, while cybercriminals always look for new ways to misappropriate people’s private information. Online privacy is now the concern of the century in a world where people have less control over what others know about them than ever before. The impact of the web is no longer something people can take for granted, at least not if they care about their privacy and want a long-term solution that helps them do just that.
Maiar is a specialized web browser that does exactly that. If you are tired of online ads and the way they know more and more about you, such as your previous browsing habits and location, then conventional browsers are not going to cut it. Maiar offers privacy and security by design and default. It can block ads without you having to download any additional extensions, which themselves are likely to track your browsing habits anyway. Moreover, when you no longer have to worry about unwanted online content getting in the way of your browsing experience, you can browse much faster, with some users reporting webpage loading times a mere eighth of what they used to be once upgrading to Maiar.
Fight back against the surveillance economy
Many of the wealthiest and most powerful organizations in the world are those which collect data about their users and then sell it to advertisers. Even if the advertisers themselves don’t misappropriate this data, there are many other third parties that do. One of the most poignant examples of this was the Cambridge Analytica-Facebook scandal, which saw the data from millions of users of the world’s favorite social network misappropriated for political gain. This decade will no doubt go down in history as the age when surveillance capitalism became a driving force behind the economy. Unfortunately, things are showing no signs of slowing down, and the next ten years are likely to be even worse.
Maiar puts consumers back in control of their data, helping them protect their privacy and security and safeguard their browsing from advertisers, government surveillance operatives and cybercriminals alike. Furthermore, Maiar, unlike all the mainstream browser developers, is not involved in the personal data business. Their servers do not see or store any browsing data, and instead everything stays private on your own device until you choose to delete it. This also means it will remain completely inaccessible to third parties. The privacy settings are enabled by default as well to give users complete transparency into if and how their data is collected. There’s also a built-in password manager, secure site upgrades and the ability to automatically block the annoying auto-playing videos that many advertisers rely on to disrupt users’ browsing experiences.
If you’re ready to enjoy a faster, more secure and private browsing experience that automatically blocks ads, download Maiar today at www.maiar.com.