Google Search is the most generally used search engine on the planet by nearly everybody who uses the Internet. A Statista report early this year recommended that practically 90% of the hunting market is possessed by Google and different players like Bing have little shares. In any case, not every person really winds up depending on Google as their default web engine. One such individual who doesn’t use Google Search is none other than the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey.
Dorsey as of late conveyed a tweet where he praised a ‘rival’ of Google Search. Dorsey tweeted, “I love @DuckDuckGo. My default search engine for some time now. The application is even better!”
For the readers who probably don’t know, DuckDuckGo was established in 2008 and one of its USPs is that it professes to not store any personal information of its users. On the site’s landing page, it clearly says, “The search engine that doesn’t track you.”
The search engine likewise clarifies that it doesn’t pursue its users with promotions nor does it track their IP addresses. A year ago in October, the organization tweeted about number of searches it hits in a day. It took them seven years to land at 10 million private searches in a single day, by then an extra two years to hit 20 million, and now not exactly a year later they’re at 30 million!
30 million is truly very little compared with the apparently 3 billion or more searches Google does in a day. In any case, DuckDuckGo has consistently been supporting the reason for privacy, something for which Google in the past has a great deal of fire.
The number of users or searches for DuckDuckGo is very little however they may have quite recently discovered their most prominent user in Jack Dorsey.
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