I really like brave. If it is technically possible though, it would be nice to have stronger anti-fingerprinting features. My OS, windowing system (X11) and HTTP accept headers alone make me almost unique and I don’t know how or whether it is possible to obfuscate these.
I’m not sure how many websites fingerprint to this degree in practice, but I don’t really feel like I have strong privacy if there are probably less than 100 people in my country with the same fingerprint as mine.
There are many different methods of fingerprinting and the method that Panoptclick uses is just one. It is just one of several fingerprinting/privacy test sites. Some folks believe that having lower entropy is inherently better and others believe the more “noise” the browser makes ensures you look much like the rest of the herd. Using Brave as you’ve indicated makes you an advanced user so your profile is likely lower than the mass of users. If you want privacy to the point of complete anonymity you need to use Tor - or stay off the internet completely - and compartmentalize your behavior to make profiling more difficult. Additionally, much of your data, e.g. health info, government and credit data, etc. is already on the web via 3rd parties and you have little control of it anyway.
I too would like to see Brave improve its privacy features and trust they will do so over time, in keeping with their goal of keeping the browser and the internet usable.
I wished Brave would add Noscript, Ublock Origin, Umatrix , All open source by the way. If they were to add these in to brave it would fix many issues like Finger Printing and others. IF Some built a browser with these in , they would be a head of the curve in a big way.