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This is a discussion on Search engine for unbiased results within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; After the project veritas report on Google manipulation of search results, I'm wondering what your preferred search engine will be. I'm thinking webcrawler. I wonder ...

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    Search engine for unbiased results

    After the project veritas report on Google manipulation of search results, I'm wondering what your preferred search engine will be. I'm thinking webcrawler. I wonder if young people know other search engines exist.
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    Duck duck go

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    The opera browser enables most search engines and yes duckie is a go go. Remember it doesn’t help to use chrome intrying avoid google
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    No google for me I use the DUCK have for a long time. Never ever use Chrome.
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    Check out pale moon browser also. Based on mozilla firefox

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    Quote Originally Posted by stowlin View Post
    The opera browser enables most search engines and yes duckie is a go go. Remember it doesn’t help to use chrome intrying avoid google
    Yup I use Opera
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    Another vote for Duck Duck Go.
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    I'd ask a biker if he heard any news. Most reliable source there is.

    Bikers hate liars, and don't care what you think when they offer the honest, unvarnished answer.

    And that goes for the daily weather report, I might add. It takes the better part of an afternoon to wash, chrome polish and wax a 30 thousand dollar Harley. They know what weather fronts are moving to their location.

    Trust me, you won't get chit-chat.
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    Duck duck go on the browser Brave.

    Tor, of course is the most secure browser but because of the way traffic is routed, it's sort of slow. Duck duck go is the search engine on Tor.

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    It takes a while to get used to DDG, but it is likely the best alternative at this time. I still have issues getting accurate results when the search is rather specific, but it works well most of the time.

    Still comparing browsers. Firefox is a high profile alternative, but there are many other options as well.
    "Every normal man must be tempted, at times, to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag, and begin slitting throats." - H. L. Mencken

 

 
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