Amid rising privacy concerns, a new wave of privacy-aware alternatives to established platforms are growing in popularity. Amongst these are DuckDuckGo, a search engine that doesn’t share or store personal information, automatic encryption of end-to-end email by ProtonMail and AMPLYFI’s own DeepResearch, a Deep Web search engine that guarantees privacy and maintains users’ anonymity online. DeepResearch doesn’t track users queries and has no advertisements, ranking results on relevancy rather than interference from Search Engine Optimisations based on search history.
Technology has a remarkable ability to connect the world, allowing us to discover new information with a few clicks, not to mention overcome language barriers and enable users to search widely and present results in multiple languages. However, with this great power comes great responsibility, from both the users and the providers of the tools, to be aware of what personal information is being shared, and how wide. For a safer search get in touch with AMPLYFI.
Originally by Louise O’Reilly for AMPLYFI.com, read the full article here.