Podcaster Joe Rogan has revealed that he makes use of the privateness centered Courageous browser to keep away from web advertisements and Google monitoring within the newest episode, which options American musician and comedian Reggie Watts.
It’s some of the excessive profile endorsements in Courageous’s historical past with Rogan’s podcast downloaded greater than 190 million occasions every month. The present was just lately licensed to Spotify in a $100 million deal. This newest episode has already obtained 1.7 million views on YouTube within the first 24 hours.
You’re getting tracked
Within the 2.5 hour episode, Rogan and Watts devoted virtually 30 minutes to discussing Web privateness, apps and advertisements:
“If you wish to use Instagram or if you wish to use Fb, you are getting tracked.”
They mentioned their tough experiences with lots of the main social media apps together with Google’s intense surveillance and monitoring and pointed to a latest $5 billion lawsuit filed towards Google for monitoring customers even in privateness mode, with out consent.
Rogan stated that sometimes an advert reveals a product price exploring and Watts instantly referred to the Courageous browser as his most well-liked browser to keep away from monitoring:
“I’ll go to Courageous, a non-public browser, and I’ll search for the product there.”
Rogan stated he additionally used Courageous together with Duck Duck Go, which Watts stated was “not pretty much as good” as Courageous since “the search engine sucks”. Watts even hinted towards a future involving blockchain know-how as a complete, saying, “The long run is distributed.”
Earlier this week Courageous reached greater than 15 million energetic customers, rising 125% within the final yr, with greater than 5 million day by day customers.
Joe Rogan’s podcast isn’t any stranger to cryptocurrency visitors together with Bitcoin knowledgeable and finest promoting writer Andreas Antonopoulos and ‘former Dogecoin CEO’ Elon Musk.