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By estherschindler
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Submitted: Oct 14 2013 / 13:41

Whether you are a network engineer Googling a potential product who is weary of vendor follow-up emails or a journalist searching for background information on a topic that might flag you for some kind of government watch list (e.g., my search for the Syrian Electronic Army’s Twitter feed), many of us have wished that search was a little more private. In response, a number of so-called private search engines have arisen, claiming to prevent the sort of information-gathering associated with Google, Bing, or Yahoo searches. They include Gibiru, DuckDuckGo, Qrobe.it, StartPage, Gigablast, and Zeekly.
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