woah there dasfox. You misunderstood. I wasn't being very clear was I? He wasn't really asking about Dragon's privacy nor was I talking about it. He was asking about chromium. The second question. I merely quoted his whole statement.
On Comodo Dragon's webpage, it states "Improved privacy over Chromium" as a feature. Is this true? I could understand Dragon V's Chrome but does Chromium have similar tracking features like Chrome?
If you would analyze the whole statement, he mentions that he understands Dragon versus Chrome, then added a "but" inserting Chromium. If I remember correctly, he was referring to an old post which was there since, I think, version 3 of Dragon and there had been mentions if I remember correctly in the forums back then that the reference was in fact to Chrome and not Chromium since there had been quite some confusion with the two. Was it melih who cleared that out? I'm not sure. I suppose it's still in the forum. Will look at it if I have some time to spare.
Continuing on, remember that he already understands Dragon vs chrome which presupposes that he understands dragon's features. Therefore, there is a lack of reason to discuss it further. This presumption gives the second question more wieght than the first. This is how I've always answered questions in forums and am very sorry if I had not been clear.
I'm happy with Dragon in Windows but my default browser in Linux is Chromium. I've heard alot of developers are involved with Chromium but wasn't sure how close (feature wise) these two browsers were.
As you can see, the discussion between us was with chromium; it goes further to size comparison, but there wasn't much of a mention with dragon.
And when people say, "I don't think", it automatically implies that this is based on opinion and stands on no ground; thus cannot be used to make such a defense that what was stated is entirely true. I'm fully aware of the meanings of what I say. Otherwise, I would have said there is none, when in fact, I have read reports of dragon having tracking id's (refer to cnet). Seeing I'm not at all as competent in such matters, I gave only my opinion and opinion alone making sure I was never absolute. Hope this clears things out.
No hard feelings?