Netherlands-based search engine Startpage emphasizes privacy while providing search results from Google, Fast Company reports. “We don’t collect, share, or save any personal information,” Startpage CEO Robert Beens said. “That means not setting cookies. It means not storing IP addresses. We don’t store your searches, and we don’t profile you.” The company recently launched a “News” tab, a feed of stories selected from Microsoft’s Bing search engine, according to the report. “We feel it’s a great extension for our privacy search engine, and if people want to look at news that’s unbiased, and where they don’t get profiled, they can come to our website,” Beens added.
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