Now Brave Browser's own search engine to beat Google

Now Brave Browser's own search engine to beat Google

Google's grip has probably never been so strong. About 70 percent of the Chrome browser and 92 percent of the search engine market share show where Google is now.

Google, one of the world's most powerful companies, has so much data and advertising revenue. It has become a big challenge for any company to enter the market to beat Google.

But Google's monopoly and non-competitive practices seem to be undermining Google's dominance today. Google's new competitors want to take advantage of this bad side.

Two years after the privacy-focused browser Brave went public, former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich's eyes are now on Google's search business.

Recently, he has challenged the dominance of Google search by announcing Brave search, another search engine of Brave browser.

The waitlist, which has already opened a weight list, will be made public by mid-2021, Ich said. Brave Search says it will not track the people who visit your site and will not create their profile logs.

Brave already has the default anonymous user model, which does not collect user data.

It also does not collect IP addresses and the company is researching how to make it a paid or free ad-free search engine, Ich said.