It’s spring, and everything is growing madly in the warmer, sunny weather.
And we’ve got a lot done on findx:
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We’ve also been working on our second project to improve privacy and data security online – our private browser Privafox, and it has been progressing nicely.
Using a private browser provides better privacy than simply browsing in incognito mode with normal browsers. If you want more control over your online privacy, keep an eye on this blog and in future newsletters for details on how you can get access to Privafox.
Reading about and promoting online privacy is something we do every day. We also keep an eye out for interesting articles on search engines and search technology. Here are some of the articles we read and loved in March:
How many private search engines do you know? (dataethics.eu)
Privacytools.io: A great collection of privacy tech solutions is discussed in this subreddit.
Denmark wants Google to stop storing old user data. (thenextweb.com)
Could Google rankings skew an election? A new group aims to find out. (Washington Post)