SBN – The World’s Most Private Search Engine

In episode 139 for September 21st 2020: This week we take a break from the news to bring you our interview with Alex Kubiak, Senior Product Manager at StartPage is a privacy focused search engine which uses Google’s search results but removes all trackers and logs. This makes StartPage very different than other privacy focused search engines like DuckDuckGo. In this interview we talk about these differences, how makes money, privacy features and benefits of using StartPage, and the one thing you should do to better protect your online privacy.

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Use StartPage as your default search engine

StartPage’s Privacy Please Blog

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