Brave Preparing to Launch Privacy-Focused Search EngineChris Menahan
Mar. 10, 2021
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The legendary Brendan Eich is preparing to launch a privacy-focused search engine called Brave Search that has been built from scratch and will have its own organic results instead of just indexing Bing results as is predominantly done with DuckDuckGo.
The need has never been greater as Bing in recent months has started purging their results of factually correct but politically incorrect content just like Google, which in turn has caused DuckDuckGo's results to go rapidly downhill.
From Breitbart, "Brave Is Launching a Privacy-Focused Search Engine to Compete with Google":
Brave, the privacy-focused web browser, is currently preparing to launch its own search engine for desktop and mobile users, according to recent reports. The company's goal is to offer a complete package of browsing and search untouchable by the Masters of the Universe.Google has virtually eliminated all alt-media in their searches over the past two to three months taking the censorship levels from around a 7 out of 10 to a 9 and now manually blocks trending content/hot topics from appearing.
For example, if you search "https://www.reddit.com/r/SuperStraight/" on Google the subreddit (which got banned just hours ago) won't even show up in the results.
It's the number one result when you search DuckDuckGo and Bing.
Google used to be excellent at showing "hot" results but they've ruined their own search engine in response to whining from the ADL and journos.
Correction: The search engine will go by Brave Search, not Tailcat as this article previously stated.
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