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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Many popular browsers and search engines can help you protect your data and your privacy.

As is well known, there are many who monitor our behavior in Internet (sites, Companies, advertisers, browsers, search engines, etc.). All of them follow us to provide specific ads, improve their algorithms or improve their services.

The following is a list of the best search engines and browsers to help you protect your privacy and your data when you are online.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Search engines that protect your data

The following search engines do not track your searches or display ads depending on your cookies and interests:

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

DuckDuckGo

One of the most well-known search engines that focuses on privacy is DuckDuckGo. It was created in 2008 and is used by many users. With DuckDuckGo, you can Do searches and visit sites anonymously.

This particular search engine does not collect complete information about the searches and the online behavior of the user. In addition, does not collect personally data and is offered as an option in all popular browsers.

In 2017, Brave added DuckDuckGo as the default search engine option for mobile and desktop. In the Brave browser, search results come from DuckDuckGo when you enter private tabs (incognito).

Last year, and the Google added DuckDuckGo to the list of search engines in Android and platforms. Finally, it is also available at iOS 14.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

start Page

The search engine start Page does not search the internet to produce unique results. It allows them users to receive searching results Google, while protecting their data.

Startpage earns some of its ad revenue, but these ads are generated anonymously based on the search term you entered. The User information is not stored on the Internet or transferred to other companies (eg Google etc).

Startpage also has a feature called "Annonymous View”Which allows you to view links anonymously. With this feature, the site you are visiting cannot track your activity because it sees the Startpage as a visitor.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Ecosia

Ecosia search results are provided by Bing and enhanced by the company's algorithms.

Ecosia was first released on December 7, 2009 and company has donated most of its profits to plant trees around the world.

Privacy is protected and user searches are encrypted, which means that The data is not stored permanently and is not sold to advertisers or third parties.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Browsers that protect your data

Browser developers often use existing browsers, such as Chrome and Firefox, and add more features that focus on privacy and protect your data.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Brave Browser

Ο Brave is one of the most well - known and fast browsers that focuses on privacy, offering private browsing, data saving, no annoying ads, anti-tracking, HTTPs everywhere And much more.

Brave Browser is available for both laptops and desktops.

You can download it from here.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Tor Browser

One of the most popular browsers for anonymous browsing It is Tor Browser. It aims to protect your data, including IP address you.

Your links and your site visits are anonymous and your real IP address is not disclosed.

Additionally, Tor packages have them pre-installed NoScript and HTTPS Everywhere extensions and "clear" HTTP cookies on exit, to further protect your privacy.

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Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

Firefox Focus

This is one of the best browsers to protect your data if you use it Android ή iOS.

According to Mozilla, Firefox Focus is one of the browsers that blocks various online trackers, while deleting your history, passwords and cookies. Finally, it has a built-in ad blocker.

You can download Firefox Focus from App Store and Play Store.

Top search engines and browsers to protect your data

The above are the top choices in browsers and search engines, as we read in Bleeping Computer.

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