In this article for Fast Company, Jared Newman introduces Startpage, an alternative search engine returns Google search minus the privacy headaches. Startpage pays Google for a feed of links for any search. Unlike the tech giant, however, Startpage does not set cookies, does not store IP addresses or any personal information.
Startpage has been around since 2006. It handles around 2 billion searches annually and has seen a growth of 10% this year.
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