Vivaldi’s alternative browser now blocks ads and web trackers – Engadget

There’s also a new built-in ad blocker. It’s disabled by default, as Vivaldi believes users don’t want to stop the sites they like to visit from generating revenue, but again, you can control this down to a granular level. The browser’s exiting spatial naviga…
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