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wants searches to dominate the top *4* choices (a full screen) in the preferences, with 's MS search on top, & MS itself (DDG's biggest partner) 2nd: spreadprivacy.com/search-prefe Why that's a bad idea: techrights.org/2020/07/02/ddg-

It's curious that wants (DDG's other partner) in the 6th position & in the 5th. Either DDG is trying to be less obvious in its propensity for corruption, or the 5th position is split by a page break and therefore not as good as the 6th position.

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@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo its intresting to look at a search engine were you get to configure all this yourself openworlds.info how would you configure the ranking to get the best search?

@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo isn't it an acceptable price to keep one of the only moral search engines afloat?

@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo you're right, I didn't read the article. It's sad news. What alternatives do you suggest?

@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo so if DuckDuckGo isn't a good search engine, what is? none of them?

@aktivismoEstasMiaLuo interesting read. All search engines I think require tracking so they can rank websites to what you would like to find. It would be nice if the users of search engines got some income from the data that is harvested for billions.

@bohofromthegetgo
Indeed. Its just another reason why we're pushing for trustless DNS and other privacy enhancing tools.

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