Privacy is a core value of Vivaldi browser. Articles from subject-matter experts about why privacy matters to Vivaldi and you – all here.
Your browser and search engine shape your experience of the internet. So why not use them to help keep your online experience private?
Tarquin Wilton-Jones, Security Expert at Vivaldi, explains how listening to users is much more beneficial to product development than tracking them.
As more and more people say “No, thanks” to online trackers, they are seeking alternative privacy-friendly search engines that don’t track or share their searches.
Recently, the Norwegian Consumer Council published a report calling for a ban on surveillance-based advertising. Vivaldi co-founder and CEO, Jon von Tetzchner, supports this initiative and explains why it’s time to free ourselves from constant surveillance and highly personalized targeting of users on the internet.
Why Vivaldi browser will not support Google’s FLoC, a new suite of technologies to target ads on the web.
Most search engines retrieve their results from Google or Bing. UK-based Mojeek is building a search engine from the ground up – with an independent search index and algorithm. We talk to new CEO Colin Hayhurst.
ThinkPrivacy, the platform that helps users take back their online privacy and security, has included Vivaldi in their list of recommended privacy-focused products. We talk to ThinkPrivacy founder Dan Arel.
Your browser has a huge impact on your privacy. A privacy-focused browser will protect your private information from others.
Vivaldi doesn’t track you. However, some search engines can track every search you do. Here’s how to stop that.
The Android operating system developed by Google comes with a web browser component built into it. Instead of using that, we built Vivaldi from the bottom up.
Vivaldi 3.0 landed with a built-in Ad blocker. Here’s why we took this step (along with advice on how to help your favorite websites still generate revenue).