There are a few issues on the page about brave "https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/brave.html"
(At least on GNU/Linux systems, more specifically only tested on Arch and Linux Mint)
This entire section is irelavant on GNU/Linux systems and only allows updating via the package manager or by recompiling.
"Anti-privacy search engine by default"
Again on GNU/Linux systems this is not true, when you start brave for the first time it will ask you what search engine you want to use, with the preselected being blank, google however is one of the options.
"Brave's start page contains analytics"
I think it should be mentioned that they (Brave) claim this is done without any logging.
I think it's wrong to classify brave as worse for privacy than Palemoon, which is regarded as "Medium" while Brave is "High" since on every point palemoon is worse.
Especially since Brave is one of the best browsers out of the box, for non techie people, of cause using umatrix and blocking the whitelisting of embedded facebook, twitter etc. posts, is better than the default, but it's still better than palemoon from a privacy standpoint out of the box, and brave can be made to be as privacy respecting with some tweaking (Eg. Installing umatrix, and changing some of the settings).