Carvool wrote:I tried using duckduckgo. I know it's more private, but the results it gives me are not always useful. \:You can always use the !g bang to search Google. If however you really don't like Duckduckgo's results at all, using the Shortmarks.com method may be better.
Will users who prefer DuckDuckGo for privacy related issues find what they are searching for? And are there any advantages to using DuckDuckGo based solely on the merits of its interface and search result quality? Thats what we hope to determine in this article.
I would like to adjust my question slightly as I just updated one of my servers from 12.04 to 12.04.1 and am now seeing the same warnings on the upgraded server as well, so I am suspecting there is something with the kernel (which was upgraded) or one of the other packages.
So since there appears to be a lack of 'resolution' (googled for a quite a while to find something), can someone tell me how
See that graph up there? Thats a chart of how many queries the privacy-minded search engine DuckDuckGo has seen each day since early 2010.
See that massive growth near the end? That’s when details of the NSA’s PRISM program first leaked. Pretty much overnight, DuckDuckGo more than doubled its traffic.