News about PRISM has circled the world countless times over the past few weeks since Edward Snowden put the spotlight on the illegal spying done by the NSA.
When this information was revealed, there were also a lot of Internet companies based in the United States that had been marked as working with the NSA for several years and providing the intelligence agency with the ability to collect data straight from their servers.
While all these companies have denied any connection to the story, the people’s reaction was swift and many have already started moving from one service to another, just to avoid, for the most part, the ever-seeing eye of the US government.
Google, Apple, Microsoft were all on the list of companies tied to the NSA, so Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer are not considered to be among the browsers that should be used by those who want to stay under the radar.
Mozilla Firefox remains on the list of trusted alternatives to the aforementioned browsers and it’s the best known name in the list.
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