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DuckDuckGo is the Internet privacy company that lets you take control of your information, without any tradeoffs. We believe the internet shouldn't feel so creepy, and getting the privacy you deserve online should be as simple as closing the blinds.

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Vivaldi browser gets built-in tracking blocker, goes GA on Android

  • TechCrunch
  • 1 month ago
  • Vivaldi, the browser launched by former Opera CEO Jon von Tetzchner, has long positioned itself as a highly customizable alternative to Chrome and Firefox for power users.
  • Today, the team is launching version 3.0 of its desktop browser, with built-in tracker and ad blockers, and it’s bringing its Android browser out of beta.
  • Vivaldi offers three blocking levels that users can easily toggle on and off for individual websites. Those blocking levels are relatively blunt, though, with the options to either block trackers, block trackers and ads or disable blocking.
Vivaldi browser gets built-in tracking blocker, goes GA on Android

There's a free new tool that can be used to keep companies from tracking you online

  • CNET
  • 2 months ago
  • DuckDuckGo, the maker of search engine and browser technology that doesn't track you online, is sharing data it's collected about online trackers with other companies so they can also protect your privacy.
  • The company said Thursday it's started sharing a data set called Tracker Radar that details 5,326 internet domains used by 1,727 companies and organizations that track you online. The data is available to anyone, and browser maker Vivaldi said on Tuesday it has begun doing so.
There's a free new tool that can be used to keep companies from tracking you online

Justice department ramps up Google Probe, with heavy focus on ad tools

  • WSJ
  • 3 months ago
  • The Justice Department has reached out to more than a dozen companies in its antitrust probe of Google, including publishers, advertising technology firms and advertising agencies, as the company's online ad tools become a major focus of the investigation, according to people familiar with the matter.
  • In recent months, the department has been posing increasingly detailed questions—to Google’s rivals and executives inside the company itself—about how Google’s third-party advertising business interacts with publishers and advertisers.
  • In addition to probing digital advertising, Justice Department officials are examining other aspects of Google’s business. Some of the companies that have been interviewed are rivals hurt by the dominance of its search and mobile businesses.
Justice department ramps up Google Probe, with heavy focus on ad tools
CEO & Founder, @DuckDuckGo. Co-author, Traction. Startup founder since 2000. MIT.
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Series A (Oct 2011)