I’ve made DuckDuckGo my default search engine. Privacy outweighs convenience.
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@dangillmor Do you have any evidence that it’s actually more private or anonymous, aside from the fact that it’s not Google?
It’s clearly more protective when it comes to ad networks, etc. — including Google’s massive databases. Secure from NSA? More doubtful.
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@dangillmor @duckduckgo Does it? Why’s that?
@dangillmor @duckduckgo Might want to listen to this @onthemedia story first… onthemedia.org/story/282179-d…
@dangillmor there’s also @StartPageSearch as well. 😉
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@dangillmor What specific things are you concerned Google is doing which you’d prefer them not to? Aren’t the dashboard controls sufficient?
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