Anyone use ixquick?

Discussion in 'privacy general' started by Maka56, Dec 17, 2009.

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  1. Maka56

    Maka56 Registered Member

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    The search engine, been using it for a while with https, but sometimes I have to go back to google as ixquick doesn't yield the same results. Are there any alternatives with both security and results?.
     
  2. snowdrift

    snowdrift Registered Member

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    Since my surfing IP is not my ISP-given IP (thank you, XeroBank and OpenVPN), I don't fret about using Google/Bing. In the end, I guess I don't trust any providers of any services, esp. not "cloud" solutions providers... so I give them Steve T.'s IP. ;-)
     
  3. Nebulus

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    box750 Registered Member

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    iZito is my second choice of searcher (meta searcher), but this is not a searcher that promises to keep your privacy, I only use it to get a second opinion.
     
  5. caspian

    caspian Registered Member

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    I'm trying to understand using https. If I use this search engine with https, this means that no one, including my ISP can see the search terms or search results?
     
  6. firefox2008

    firefox2008 Registered Member

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    I use clusty. It promises to protect your privacy and it doesn't require a cookie. There is no filter unless you want one. Has anyone tried CLUSTY?
     
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