- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 15902071, a year ago5 stars because the the review is for the extension, not DDG policies. On privacy front, DDG and Startpage still receive an A from most privacy reviews of policies and TOS and that's with very strict guidelines that hold places like Brave, Proton, Mozilla, etc. at B grade. There is also a difference between privacy, security, and censorship. Prime example is Odysee which ranks down with Google, MS, Apple, and others in big tech in terms of their privacy grades yet people associate not censoring with privacy.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Gogbog, a year agoOne of the best alternative search engines, and criticisms of blacklisting/censorship the past month are to this date unfounded. Just try to do a search for any claimed blacklist sites.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 5460492, a year agoThis extension does a great job of removing trackers, but it has one annoying problem. All too often, it turns itself off for a site, with an explanation that it's breaking the site. Um, no, it's not, and I turn it back on and everything works fine. I really wish it would let ME decide whether it's breaking the site so that I can turn it off. Please don't turn yourself off!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Maden, a year agoDuckDuckGo is extremely useful and in my opinion essential when surfing the Web nowadays. I have been using Browser, Extension and Mobile App for the last Year now and it has made me feel safer and more secure when searching for things. Especially useful is the "burn" function for mobile devices, where you can delete all browser data with just one touch. I recommend this browser to anyone that wants to have a normal web experience while still being anonymous for any reason.
- Rated 5 out of 5by Firefox user 17070947, a year agoI learn something important when i search with ddg but the best part is I trust they know much more then me and they have our backs