I use DuckDuckGo as my default search engine in place of Google, Bing, or any of the search engines that track your usage of the web, store all sorts of your private information, then sell the information to the highest bidder. I have written about DuckDuckGo’s many advantages several times. See https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Aprivacyblog.com+DuckDuckGo&t=hf&ia=web for a list of my past articles about the search engine.
DuckDuckGo has now added a number of new options to increase your privacy even further:
- See the Privacy Scores of the Sites You Visit
- Expose and Block Tracker Networks Watching You
- Increased Encryption Protection
- Search Privately
For more information about DuckDuckGo’s new enhancements, go to https://spreadprivacy.com/privacy-simplified.
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Categories: Online Privacy & Security
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