Brave has partnered with “Minna no Code” (Code for Everyone), an educational nonprofit organization in Japan. Our partnership introduces new forms of support for NPOs using the next generation Brave browser and the Brave Rewards ecosystem.
Code for Everyone is a non-profit organization in Japan with a mission to make Japan the country where all children can enjoy programming. Code for Everyone provides programming materials for schools, case studies of programming education for teachers, and holds various events.
Read the full post here: https://brave.com/code-for-everyone/Brave R&D: “What’s Brave Done For My Privacy Lately” #5: Grab Bag
Note: This is the fifth in an ongoing, regular series of blog posts, describing new privacy-related features in Brave. This post describes work done by Senior Product Security Engineer François Marier (@fmarier), Senior Security Engineer Pranjal Jumde (@pjumde), Senior Software Engineer Ivan Efremov, and Senior Privacy Researcher Peter Snyder (@pes10k).
In order to stay one step ahead of online trackers, Brave regularly releases new privacy features and improvements. This post discusses three recent changes in Brave that each help make the web a more privacy, and person, respecting platform. All of these are tweaks, subtle changes, or first-steps of a new approach to a more private, more compatible Web.
Read the full post here: https://brave.com/whats-brave-done-for-my-privacy-lately-episode5/FREE webinar: Join Brave + Dentsu’s free online event, “Future-Proof Your Marketing: Advertising in a Cookieless World”, w/ Brendan Eich (Brave CEO) & other Brave team (Jul 29, 2020)
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