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The following links may be useful all on their own, but are offered primarily as a convenience for readers of the print book Privacy Tactics. These are the links from the chapter Additional Resource sections.

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Pop-up Blocking Programs

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Non-Mainstream Web Browser Programs

The browser programs below do not have nearly the popularity of Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape. However, they are fully featured and may offer benefits not found in the heavyweight browsers.

Opera is designed to be very fast, secure and web standard compliant.

(Author Note: Opera may not be as well known as Microsoft and Netscape. But this software has been around since 1994. I have used this product off and on for years to test web sites for how they look in different browser versions. Opera has not presented any more special compatibility problems than the mainstream browser products. The product is packaged for consumers in that the company has an easily installable version of their product for sale as well as technical support.)


Mozilla is what is called "open source software." The product is being worked on by many volunteer enthusiast computer programmers. Mozilla is available in several forms, including a version intended for the typical end user. (Other versions may be available for testing new features and functions.) While Mozilla may be excellent software, it is not necessarily for a typical novice computer user. The product does work very well and is not difficult to install, however it is not packaged or supported in ways typical computer users may expect from software vendors.

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