(This is why I use D.Dgo primarily, the promise that they don't have massive server farms building databases on you and selling that info.)
My concerns, concerning D.Dgo.
I'm a bit unsure here about the level of anonymity in today's current escalating incorporation of technology in our lives.
There's daily rising evidence to prove that our lives are no longer as private as much as you would think.
The giant web search engine 'Google' has dominated the market for analytics's and always will track your web searches to provide a "better service" for its user (you and me), and I'm not sure that opening Goolge Chrome and then going through D.Dgo for the web browser offers any protection from the tracking of Google. I mean, they (Google) know my i.p, know my search histories better than I do and opening D.Dgo through Google Chrome seems like although D.Dgo don't track you, your still using D.Dgo on Google (which means non stop tracking).
I know that the point of D.Dgo isn't to change your i.p or mac address but simply, they don't track your searches and instead employ communities of intellectuals to find ways of making searching the web easy, fun and of course relevant.
My question is of course, "where is the line drawn where Google are not part of our internet experience of countless privacy invasions?".
And by that I mean; does Google track you even through the D.Dgo web browser?
D.Dgo = DuckDuckgo.com
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