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Submission + - DuckDuckGo: Illusion of Privacy 1

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.
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DuckDuckGo: Illusion of Privacy

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