Duck Duck Go is a privacy-focused and anonymous search engine; although Duck Duck Go is the default search engine for the Tor Browser, it can only search clear-net websites. DDG does not log what you search or track your browsing behavior.
Why Use Duck Duck Go?
Duck Duck Go allows you to search billions of clear-net websites without worrying about being tracked, advertised, or stocked by your government. Simply put, Duck Duck Go is Google without the evil.
Duck Duck Go is also the default search engine for the Tor Browser, and unlike Google, it doesn’t make you fill out captchas or block you from using it.
Downsides & Limitations of Duck Duck Go
The main downside to using Duck Duck Go is they don’t have the same amount of data and research budget, so the search results are often not relevant and as quality as Google.
Another downside of Duck Duck Go is since they don’t know your location, search phrases like “best restaurants near me.” won’t return any meaningful results.
How To Access Duck Duck Go?
Since Duck Duck Go is the default search engine for the Tor Browser, you can use the search bar to search for websites on it. If you aren’t using the Tor Browser, you can access it from duckduckgo.com or their onion address duckduckgogg42xjoc72x3sjasowoarfbgcmvfimaftt6twagswzczad.onion
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