Scroogle, Privacy-First Search Engine, Shuts Down for GoodBy Adrianne Jeffries
Feb. 23, 2012
Canadian State TV Hails 'Beige Horizon' With No White People
'It's A Hate Crime': Black Teens Hospitalize White 'Trump Voter'
Italy's Minister Of Interior: Surrender Your Homes To Migrants Or Face Jail
OSU Diversity Officer Urges Sympathy For Somali Refugee Terrorist
Twitter User Replaces Word 'White' With 'Black,' Gets Banned
This really sucks. Startpage is just not as good. - ChrisScroogle, the search engine operated by privacy militant and self-appointed Wikipedia watchdog Daniel Brandt, has folded for real. After enduring DDOS attacks “around the clock” that sent a flood of unsustainable traffic to his servers, Mr. Brandt took down the search engine along with his other four domains, namebase.org, google-watch.org, cia-on-campus.org, and book-grab.com. His theory is that he was being attacked by hackers with a personal vendetta.