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Daily Dashboard | Little DuckDuckGo Had a Very Big Week Related reading: Target agrees to pay $18.5M for 2013 data breach

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It was a big week for startup DuckDuckGo when Apple announced at its WWDC event this week that it would include the privacy-promising search engine as a default option in the Safari browser for the next version of the Mac OS and iOS. While DuckDuckGo CEO and founder Gabe Weinberg couldn’t discuss details of the deal with Apple in an interview with The Privacy Advisor, he did say it’s a milestone for a little startup like his. “We’re completely thrilled to be a part of Safari,” he said. “We’ve been trying to break into the top four browsers since we started. It was a major milestone for us.” And potentially a milestone for privacy as a business driver.
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