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DuckDuckGo in hot water over hidden tracking agreement with Microsoft

Summary by Ground News
Security researchers discovered a hidden tracking agreement with Microsoft. The privacy-focused company offers a search engine that claims not to track people's searches, or behavior. DuckDuckGo also offers a mobile browser of the same name. Although this promises to block hidden third-party trackers, some from a certain tech giant are allowed to continue.
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DuckDuckGo in hot water over hidden tracking agreement with Microsoft

Microsoft's trackers work, while others are being blocked

1 month ago·United Kingdom
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DuckDuckGo faces widespread backlash over tracking deal with Microsoft

DuckDuckGo has confirmed that is has a deal with Microsoft that allows the Redmond company to bypass a block on trackers.

1 month ago·Amsterdam, Netherlands
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DuckDuckGo CEO Responds To Backlash Over Controversial Microsoft Tracking Agreement

Agreement with Microsoft prevents DuckDuckGo's browser from blocking connections to some Microsoft-owned advertising domains.

1 month ago
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