(Caracas, March 15 – noticias24) – Google has added a personal search engine DuckDuckGo to Chromium 73. Therefore, it appears as one of the options. Yahoo! Use in the neighboring browser Because Bing was already available, I was able to surf the Internet without leaving traces.
DuckDuckGo knew the novelty. "Google from an official Twitter account is delighted to recognize the importance of providing consumers with personal search options in Chrome.
In this way, search engines provide several features that protect the privacy of users who landed in 60 countries: Argentina, Austria, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Brunei, Bolivia, Brazil, Belize, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Denmark, Slovenia, Slovakia, USA, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Philippines, Ireland, India, Iceland , Italy, Jamaica, Kuwait, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Monaco, Moldova, Macedonia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Norway, New Zealand, Panama, Portugal, Paraguay, Romania, United Kingdom, Serbia, Sweden, South Africa, Switzerland, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay , Venezuela, and others.
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Not long ago, DuckDuckGo accused Google of anticompetitive practices and abuse of dominant positions. Above all, he complained that he did not appear in the search engine list by default, and Google said it sent visitors to the Google search engine from the Duck.com domain.
What features does DuckDuckGo have and why are you interested in protecting your privacy?
According to the creator's information, if your site can protect your data, make sure to use an encrypted connection. Ad blocking also prevents companies from tracking people searches on the web.
It also maintains a history of historical searches. At DuckDuckGo they do not save your personal information or searches. In this sense, we provide searches that have not been filtered in the past, depending on the user, user's taste, location, and so on.
Source of information: Infobae