Option to block unencrypted (non-HTTPS) connections

EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere extension has an option (“Encrypt All Sites Eligible”) that blocks all connections that aren’t HTTPS or able to be upgraded to it, while also allowing the user to exempt individual sites from this blocking (temporarily or permanently).

It would be great to have this option for Brave on mobile as well. It would give the user a heads-up that they’re about to access or transmit information without the protection of TLS, allowing the user to evaluate that risk on a per-site basis, rather than only finding out that the site is unencrypted after it’s already loaded.

This feature plus first-party adblocking would make me much more likely to switch to Brave as my primary browser on mobile (currently using Firefox with privacy and adblocking extensions).