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StartPage does not store any user information StartPage has never given user information to any government agency in the nearly two decades we've been in business. Privacy is based on trust. Due to the huge amount of data that Usenet carries, results are refreshed every few weeks and old ones dropped, Binsearch crawls thousands of groups but it is not possible to index all of them, only the major newsgroups. The search terms submitted to the search engine, as well as the time, date, and geographical location of the computer carrying out the search will be logged and stored. Next post by HeffeD is right: There are two versions of Qwant you can access, one of them where the search engine displays results from across multiple sources, including social media, and one light URL that only displays results for webpages without pictures, this saves bandwidth. About DuckDuckGo settings and the use of cookies:

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Do not sign up for email at the same search engine where you regularly search , your personal email address can potentially be tied up to your search terms. Mix up a variety of search engines , this will spread all of your searched terms across different companies and servers. Varying the physical location you search from can also be helpful, you can use a VPN or proxy to change your computer and country IP and delete all of your search engine cookies before starting a new private searching session.

My history and web surfing are being saved in History. So how is this Duck Duck Go any different , if it is saving my surfing history? Where is my privacy here with all my surfing sites shown?

Click tools, options, privacy and select under History: That will fix your problem. You are really dumb. You can also delete your search history at any time from your browser. The search engine you use can protect your search history from being stored on some online server to be used against you in the future.

They can only get at the search history in your browser by seizing your computer from you. It is not a problem that Google powers a search engine as long as logs are not kept by the independent engine and Google is not able to log the third party user IP, Startpage is also powered by Google and it is a great privacy search engine, but I have now decided to remove Gibiru from the list because I am not convinced that their privacy policy is as good as they claim to be.

The information on their website is somewhat sketchy and it looks like a one man operation and not a company. Thank you for your comment. I would like to suggest users also consider using http: It uses proxy search technology to help you with anonymity for your internet searches.

Currently uses javascript encryption technology and plans are in the works for an bit ssl encryption level. Its your masters watching you. With regards to Jill…I too have the same problem. I have gone to the address bar and typed in….

I an using Firefox browser and Duck duck Go search. I have never remember history box checked in firefox. When using the privacy tab on Firefox, your previous sites are not stored. If you see them, they are on the unprotected tab. I also keep a second browser handy, which is Epic, another revamped Chromium browser, but engineered to protect you according to them….

The terms your searched for will be stored. Duck Duck Go no logs search engine. IxQuick privacy search engine. Findx privacy search engine. BinSearch binaries Unsenet search engine. Qwant privacy search engine. The proxy also disables JavaScript to protect your privacy. Ixquick is the main search engine from the company that runs Startpage.

Ixquick and Startpage have essentially the same design. Ixquick includes the same privacy features Startpage does, including the Ixquick proxy links in the search results. Blekko does log personally identifiable information, but deletes it within 48 hours. In contrast, Google stores this information for 9 months — and then anonymizes it without actually deleting it. I'm a fan of Scroogle. Same Google results without the big brother aspect.

Although I use Google calendar and Gmail, so they already have the goods on me. Joined Jul 21, Messages You have two choices: A search engine that tracks you and provides results based on that information A search engine that does not track you and has no information to base results on Depending on your needs either can be the right fit.

But there's a reason Google's the leading engine. I think I'll stick to it.. Next post by HeffeD is right: When you search with Startingpage, we remove all identifying information from your query and submit it anonymously to Google ourselves. We get the results and return them to you in total privacy. And we have also eg Xfinity Search: Google Search french translation: Hungry Man , 'A search engine that does not track you and has no information to base results on' - OK, but in many search engines you have after click on your result - the possibility to click on 'similar' button like in Blekko Search: About DuckDuckGo settings and the use of cookies: I adopt it and add it in my browser tabs near Privatelee..

So today I want to give you all more details on this secure and private great search engine: Joined Feb 28, Messages It finds whatever i am looking for with ease. I use Chrome and Android.

Might as well go all in. Never say never again.. Webpage Privacy Report on www. Then there is an remaining element on the Bing page.

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Dec 22,  · - these two secure and private search engines are also enhanced by Google results: 'Startingpage offers you Web search results from Google in complete privacy! When you search with Startingpage, we remove all identifying information from your query and submit it anonymously to Google ourselves. Other search engines track your searches even when you’re in private browsing mode. We don’t track you — period. Dismiss forever | Back to search Already a fan? Invite friends to the Duck Side! Share DuckDuckGo and help friends take their privacy back! We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us.