https://duckduckgo.com/warmweer wrote: ↑Tue Jan 22, 2019 4:50 pmI do agree that it's probably a witchhunt and all about the money ... but I also do agree that I find the opt-out (instead of the opt_in) a lot more honest is, plus that the companies (not only Google disrespect the user by redirecting them to all the companies they share their data with, instead of showing the user what Google itself saves and distributes.
Don't take me wrong: I use Google search very very often : beats the hell out of Bing and certainly Yahoo (which used to be good) but only on 1 browser using an extra daily changing non-transparent proxy.
DuckDuckGO, like Yahoo, is powered by Bing.
It's exactly that. It is YOU the company et al that are responsible and never mind the user and the user's responsibility and their poor choices.
I switched to DuckDuckGo because I was tired of all things Google, but the search results just weren't the same and as mentioned, picture searches were a lot different. Odd in that I thought DuckDuckGo used Google, but apparently Bing.
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