Some Privacy orientated search engines


#1

#2

@Dobbie03 , Thx bookmarked.


#3

What!?! Not Google, not Yahoo, and certainly not Bing! Oh they wouldn’t mine your information! This has to be a conspiracy theory!

Do you love the dramatic effect? :grin:


#4

Been using duckduckgo for years now after researching quite a bit back then. I have to say, though, that the information provided on the website you linked is quite discomforting. I will look into it some more and if this turns out to be accurate I guess I will switch to startpage (used this as well for some time before).


#5

Looks like Firefox will be blocking trackers by default too.


#6

Thanks for the post. been loyal to Duckduckgo for quite a while, switching to startpage.
P.s. thanks for creating and maintaining the best arch+openbox distro available .


#7

Hmmm, I glad they are doing such. But, I will still use other measures as well, just in case…:thinking:


#8

I changed over to startpage, it actually produces better search results than DDG ever did.


#9

Got this one for now:


#10

I’ve been using DDG for years. I’ve used Startpage at times as well. I have always liked DDG. Always wanted to start my own searx instance. That’s in the someday list.


#11

Same here, had DDG for years untill I changed to the latest 2 I ve got.

Guess I used loads of them as years go by ! lol. Not as much as the distro-hopping craze I had in my beginnings on Linux!


#12

@altman now you’re age hopping. :yum: any way I took a look at swisscow. The home desk is very busy. It’s fairly quick in its searches. I’m still evaluating.


#13

Yep, age shows too much to my taste ! lol @sevenday4

Start to like Swisscow the more I use it.


#14

duckduckgo
qwant
swisscows
searx.me

all these are good but differ in features.