• Louise Vine

    Google Chrome’s incognito mode/window too?

  • http://www.marketing-intelligence.co.uk/aboutus.htm Arthur Weiss

    What about http://www.usestealth.com as a search engine. I’ve tried it a few times and the results were OK. It promises complete privacy – no ip address following, no cookies, etc.

  • http://www.faroo.com FAROO

    An additional alternative private search option: http://www.faroo.com (p2p web search)

  • http://searchengineland.com Jonathan Hochman

    Set your browser to block cookies, and don’t login to Google, Facebook or any other site. That pretty much gives you decent privacy on the net. If you really want to be paranoid, run your searches via an anonymizing proxy such as http://proxify.com/.

    I see no reason to trust Daniel Brandt (owner of Scroogle) to respect privacy more than Google. Brandt has published websites to “out” (dox) people he perceives to be his enemies.

    At least Google attempts to filter malware, phishing sites and other scum from their search results. Using a minor search engine could expose a user to all sorts of additional risks.

  • http://www.myallsearch.com MAS

    an additional alternative private search option: http://www.myallsearch.com

  • S.M.

    Looks Like Scroogle still works on Scrogle.org with 1 (o) instead of two…. http://scrogle.org Hmmmmm. ;)

  • S.M.

    I liked Scroogle, but actually love Gibiru Uncensored News and Image Searches better. It is more user riendly. Have to deal with Ads, but is is more professional….

  • akyyyy

    ive just started to use startpage.com getting many more results than google gives to me.