TOP 5 privacy search engines – Best Google Search Alternatives – DuckDuckGo, Startpage, Qwant, Searx

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If you want to stop using Google and are looking for Google Search alternatives, here is a list of top 5 best privacy search engines. Degoogleify yourself! Google monopoly power is a dangerous problem and alternative search engine are necessary to diversify our cyber ecosystem. Follow my guide to privacy search engines to learn more.

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These are the best Google Search alternatives

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First on the list of Google Search engine alternatives is made in France Qwant. review
Second privacy search engine, perhaps the most private search engine of all, aggregating search results from other major search engines, including Google. review
European based search engine that provides private Google search results that completely anonymous.
Is the same search engine as Startpage but acts as metasearch engine aggregating results from various search engines rather than just Google. review Search engine that doesn’t track you
My top privacy search engine that I set as default one is I love this private search for its range of features, community aspect, onion website on Tor network, and potential of DuckDuckGo to replace Google Search engine in the future.

It’s hard to find the best alternative search engine to Google but I hope that my guide to private search alternatives made it easier for you to decide. Google can’t be trusted as a search engine as the company frequently manipulates search, censor websites based on their political persuasion, threatens small businesses, and prioritizes its own content above others.

If you want to learn more about why to stop using Google, check my video “Why you need to stop using Google – How Google monopoly threatens everything” to learn more.

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