New global site permissions but rivals still ahead on privacy
Version 2.9 of Chromium-based web browser Vivaldi boasts a new central control of website permissions.
Employee-owned Vivaldi is based in Oslo, Norway, and claims 1.2 million users.
Google Chrome usage is in the billions and Firefox reports over 800 million users on the desktop alone.
The privacy-focused Brave claims 8 million active users.
Small can still be worthwhile, however, and by using the open-source Chromium browser engine, which powers Google Chrome among many others, means that web standards support is good and you can install most Chrome extensions.