Yauba : NEW SEARCH ENGINE from India! Complete INCOGNITO mode!

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  1. PROROOTECT

    PROROOTECT Registered Member

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    Yes, yauba is BETTER than Google! ... in a word - complete incognito mode and does not collect any personal data!

    This gem is here: http://www.yauba.co.in/ !!!:argh:

    Do not forget to click on Video Introduction VERY nice ... Marvellous! Marvellous!

    All BLACK & blue.

    Look and judge yourself:

    1. Safe from Cookies.

    2. Safe from Recording Private Info.

    3. Safe from Third Party Websites.

    'Our Internet privacy policy comes with no fine print, no footnotes, no caveats, no ifs, no ands, and no buts.

    The entirely of our privacy policy is as follows.

    We do not keep any personally identifiable information.

    Period.'

    Yeah! I'm shocked. Nothing for cleaning! Nothing!

    PS. Thank you very much Swatkat: http://swatrant.blogspot.com/2009/03/yauba-privacy-safe-search-engine.html

    Yours PROROOTECT
     
  2. Fly

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    What's the catch ? :rolleyes:
     
  3. Pedro

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    Just logged in to thank you PROROOTECT :)
    Nice catch.
     
  4. dw426

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    No catch so far. I don't know about the TRUE privacy of it, that will have to be tested out. It's an alright search engine in my opinion.
     
  5. Arup

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    I do like the black and blue.
     
  6. caspian

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    How could anyone know if your privacy is truly protected?
     
  7. jonw

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    Sadly there is no way to truly tell, but maybe they are but maybe they aren't.
     
  8. ViVek

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    nice one.THANKS:ninja:
     
  9. Pedro

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    I'm finding interesting results. Good layout, results are categorized. A bit like Clusty, but with more thought into it imo.

    I just can't tell if it's a meta-search engine. Anyone?
     
  10. Carver

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    One way to tell is if you get a new subject of spam connected to whatever you searched for using the yauba search engine.
     
  11. funkydude

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    You know it was just a few days ago when I was reading the whole google cookie thing and thinking one day a search engine exactly like this is going to give google some serious competition, and lo and behold here it is.

    Thanks for my new homepage PROROOTECT. I will be setting it as the default home pages on all machines now. :)
     
  12. Warlockz

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    I love it, and like the way they say


    We do not keep any personally identifiable information.

    Period.'


    I set it as my new homepage!

    But?

    Doesnt it all go thru your ISP's servers and get Cached anyways?

    so sombody will eventually have your personal Identifiable info in the long run, because its not a VPN, and it doesnt encrypt any traffic!
     
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  13. the Tester

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    How does it compare with Google for the amount search results/hits?
     
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