30 Jul '18, 10am

Something to hide? The rise of privacy-focused search engines

Something to hide? The rise of privacy-focused search engines

Still, the majority of people continue to sacrifice some of their privacy in order to use free services such as Google. This is understandable as Google remains top in search, but that is changing. A growing number of people are starting to wonder where to draw the line; what is acceptable and what is too invasive? At what point do they no longer feel comfortable with the level of intrusion that comes with using these ‘free’ services. More people are therefore seeking out alternatives that respect their privacy.

Full article: https://searchenginewatch.com/2018/07/30/something-to-hid...

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