Brave announces new feature to bypass Google AMP pages

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Google originally created the AMP framework to speed up the mobile web experience
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Google originally created the AMP framework to speed up the mobile web experience

Privacy-focused browser Brave has rolled out a new feature to bypass Google's accelerated mobile pages to bolster security - and remove more of the Web from the tech giant's clutches.

Brave's new feature, known as De-AMP, will rewrite links and URLs to prevent people from accessing a website's accelerated mobile pages (AMP) version. In cases where De-AMP is unable to rewrite ...

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