Kim Komando Recommends Startpage.com as a Privacy-friendly Google Alternative
Startpage.com is featured as a privacy-friendly alternative in the Kim Komando article 7 ways to search without using Google.
“At first glance, StartPage.com looks a lot like Google. It has the same search field, and the same bolded and underlined websites pop up, arranged by relevance and popularity. You may not notice a difference, except for the color scheme and the absence of Google Doodles.
“But StartPage is designed to retain your privacy. The engine doesn’t collect data, doesn’t keep tabs on your movements, and it isn’t owned by a gigantic corporation. The site is designed to retain privacy, yet it retains much of the power and ease of use that Google does.”
You can read the entire article at the Kim Komando site here, or at one of her many syndicated columns like this one at USA Today.