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A Private Alternative To Google

Google records your IP address, and adds your searches into its database, which it then will share with federal government spy agencies as part of the massive espionage taking place under the FISA Amendments Act. If you have a Google account, the privacy is evey less, with details of your Internet activity directly connected to your name.

There are alternatives: Ixquick doesn’t record your IP address. Would you consider using that search engine, or a similar one, instead of Google?

If not, what’s stopping you from making the switch?

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