A privacy-minded browser for when trust is in short supply
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README.md

Resin Browser

Because you can make anything work if you just apply enough epoxy resin!

Why is it?

You want a browser that cares about your privacy as much as you do. Chrome is owned by an ad company. Firefox won’t let you see what experiments you’re enrolled in and has used its backdoor method for deploying extensions to inject ads. You want a browser that’s too small for any shenanigans like this.

Status

Resin is not yet suitable for even experimental use.