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+ - DuckDuckGo: Illusion of Privacy 1

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An anonymous reader writes "With all of the news stories about users moving to DuckDuckGo because of NSA spying, this article discusses why the privacy provided by DuckDuckGo is more the privacy from third-party tracking (advertisers) but may do little, if anything, to prevent the NSA from tracking your searches.

http://etherrag.blogspot.jp/2013/07/duck-duck-go-illusion-of-privacy.html"
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