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hpr3438 :: Ten privacy friendly Google search alternatives.

Google search is monopolistic here are some alternatives

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Hosted by hakerdefo on Wednesday 2021-10-06 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: searx, whoogle, metager, gigablast,, ecosia, startpage, qwant, brave, duckduckgo.

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Comment #1 posted on 2021-10-07T13:42:20Z by ClaudioM


Great episode. Nice to hear a few of the ones I've used and known about mentioned as well as some others I've not known about. One that wasn't mentioned that I recently came to discover is called Mojeek. More information about Mojeek below.


Wikipedia entry on Mojeek:

SDF, the well-known public access UNIX system since 1987, has its own Whoogle instance:

Comment #2 posted on 2021-10-19T20:42:18Z by Linux4security


Fulguris is a good one

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