|[Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||Michiel de Jong||6/12/12 6:44 AM|
|Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||Hugo Roy||6/13/12 10:22 AM|
So the point was added to
So Michiel and I have assigned to this point the top score 100 which means that this point matters a lot.
|Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||bapab...@gmail.com||8/21/12 9:19 AM|
>We also save searches, but again, not in a personally identifiable way, as we do not store IP addresses or unique User agent strings. We use aggregate, non-personal search data to improve things like misspellings.
|Re: [tosdr:559] Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||Hugo Roy||8/28/12 6:10 AM|
|Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||tree...@gmail.com||1/30/15 1:41 AM|
So I just looked this website up - and went to see if they have plugins for browsers. I use Opera personally and their required permissions state:
This extension will access your data on some websites.
This extension will access your tabs and browsing activity.
Sounds sussish. But I also am not savvy enough to actually look at how the plugin works to verify how intrusive or non-intrusive those catch all statements are.
|Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||henriette.du....@gmail.com||1/25/18 7:51 AM|
- Duckduckgo has been caught using a tracking cookie.
- They save your data on Verizon servers, which shares data with NSA
- The founder got rich of selling private info through his former startup, the Names Database
Duckduckgo is a total joke when it comes to privacy. They don't deserve the A+ rating.
Sources (There was more online, I guess they pulled it off)
|Re: [Good] DuckDuckGo doesn't track you||the...@protonmail.com||4/12/18 7:02 AM|