Tue. Dec 11th, 2018

Google Denies DuckDuckGo’s Claim It’s Following You When Incognito Is On

Google Denies DuckDuckGo’s Claim It’s Following You When Incognito Is On

Two popular search engines are duking it out with regards to privacy-based searching. DuckDuckGo suggests that Google tracks users to deliver personalized search results, even when incognito mode is turned on. However, Google disputes this, saying their rival’s research methods are flawed. DuckDuckGo’s Claim DuckDuckGo maintains that Google uses your personal information – including search history, browsing history, and online purchases – to personalize the search results that you see when using the search engine. They refer to this as “Google’s filter bubble.” “These editorialized results are informed by the personal information Google has on you (like your search, browsing, and purchase history) and puts… Read more

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