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the startup has begun work on software that promises to make the Internet safer and faster when the company publicly launches it in early 2016.
Today's tech giants like Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft wield tremendous power over the technology we all use daily, from smartphones at the center of our lives to communications with our closest contacts. But anyone who doesn't like those companies' policies has little choice, since boycotting one or another will just mean being cut off from the mainstream. Brave evidently aims to shift the balance of power toward the user through new software that will give people some ability to collectively push back.
"Since all the big powers are public companies, they have to serve their shareholders...We're trying to innovate in dimensions that a lot of incumbents won't innovate, where the user will have more control and maybe bargaining power."
I'm thinking browser and tor on steroids with some mesh type abilities?
originally posted by: TrueBrit
a reply to: interupt42
Here's an idea for them, if they are after some moonshot thinking.
A data net which:
Just a thought!