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br: Start displaying permissions.
$ br --permissions
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The command "br --permissions" is a shorthand for "browser --permissions" and is used to manage browser permissions. The "br" or "browser" signifies the browser utility or tool that is being invoked to control and modify permissions.

Browser permissions refer to the access or privileges granted to websites or web applications while interacting with a user's browser. These permissions can control actions like accessing the user's location, using the camera or microphone, accessing notifications, using cookies, or installing extensions.

When you execute the "br --permissions" command, you are able to view and modify the permissions that various websites or applications have been granted on your browser. It might provide you with a list of permissions that have been granted or denied to specific sites, and allow you to modify those permissions as per your preference.

Overall, the "br --permissions" command enables you to manage the permissions associated with websites and applications in your browser, giving you more control over privacy and security settings.

This explanation was created by an AI. In most cases those are correct. But please always be careful and never run a command you are not sure if it is safe.
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