• Google will stop selling ads based on tracked individual browsing history - CNET

    1 month ago - By CNET

    It's part of the search giant's push for privacy, the search giant says.
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  • Brave Search is a privacy-first search engine

    Brave Search is a privacy-first search engine

    1 month ago - By PC World

    Browser privacy is a big deal, as Google and other companies use your search data to serve you ads while you surf the web. While most users accept that tradeoff, others who believe strongly in maintaining their own data privacy. If you're one of these, Brave Software can help: it's launching a search engine to compete with Google and Bing, with privacy as its first priority. Brave is buying Tailcat, an open search engine, and will add it to what it's calling Brave Search, a forthcoming search engine. The difference between Google, Bing, and Brave Search is twofold: Brave won't collect IP...
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  • Brave is making a big leap into the search market

    Brave is making a big leap into the search market

    1 month ago - By TechRadar

    Brave Software has acquired the open search engine Tailcat to launch its own search product.
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  • Brave Search sees privacy browser take on Google again

    Brave Search sees privacy browser take on Google again

    1 month ago - By SlashGear

    Brave, best known for its privacy-minded browser, is getting into the search engine business with the launch of Brave Search. The new Google and Bing alternative is based on Tailcat, and existing privacy search technology Brave recently acquired, and aims to distinguish itself in several ways from the search mainstream. “Under the hood, nearly all of today's search engines are...
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