DuckDuckGo can protect your privacy will searching the web. Here’s how to set it up.
Internet search engine DuckDuckGo promises its users a seemingly dream experience of private searches, no ad-trackers and smarter encryption for free. The 13 year-old company appears to be in prime positioning to answer internet users’ increasing desire for privacy in an age of data leaks, breaches and scandals. DuckDuckGo’s popularity surged over the past year, with more than 50 million app downloads and a 55% traffic increase, according to a June report from SpreadPrivacy.com. The search engine gives users another option for their digital privacy arsenal, …