Search engine

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A search engine is a website, and associated back-end systems, used to find things on the internet. They can be extremely useful when researching preparedness, self-sufficiency, permaculture and any other subject, but there are privacy concerns associated using them.

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User Tracking

Search engines often track user behavior for the purpose of advertising, but once the information is stored, it is accessible to organizations such as the NSA.

Search Engine Comparison

Search Engine Comparison
Search Engine Privacy Features Privacy Feature Details
Bing No
DuckDuckGo Yes https://duckduckgo.com/privacy
Google No
Startpage Yes (default search engine for Tor Browser) https://startpage.com/eng/protect-privacy.html
Yahoo No
metager.de
disconnect.me
Ixquick Yes The back end server for Startpage
torsearch

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