DuckDuckGo is testing a new email protection feature, designed to combat email trackers.
A group of tech companies with a history of protecting user privacy is calling for a ban on “surveillance-based advertising.”
Brave has opened its search engine beta to the world, following an invite-only early access.
Microsoft is facing accusations of censorship as users the world over are unable to bring up pictures of the Tiananmen “tank man.”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is partnering with DuckDuckGo to include the latter’s HTTPS dataset in its HTTPS Everywhere browser extension.
DuckDuckGo is mincing no words in calling out Google’s apps for spying on users and not respecting their privacy.
Privacy-oriented search engine DuckDuckGo has crossed a major threshold, passing 100 million daily searches.
Google’s antitrust issues are on the verge of getting much worse, as Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton warns state lawsuits may be coming.
DuckDuckGo has announced new mapping features with driving and walking directions, powered by Apple Maps.