Thursday, August 31, 2006
Without a trace
I was just having a conversation with a friend earlier today about the latent demand for anonymizers which would likely arise from growing concerns about internet datamining and the unforeseen consequences of otherwise noble intentions of law enforcement. Little did I know that in my inbox sat an announcement heralding the launch of Browzar, a self-anonymizing web browser from the founder of Freeserve, Ajaz Ahmed. Not only does it claim to be self-cleaning, but can also be run without a download if the user so desires. Harvest that!