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[liberationtech] Help test the new Tor Browser!

Cooper Quintin cooper at radicaldesigns.org
Mon Jun 24 14:40:45 PDT 2013


Jillian,
It is also worth noting that DDG has safe search enabled by default as
well.

Cooper Quintin
Technology Director
radicalDESIGNS
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On 06/24/2013 02:26 PM, Jillian C. York wrote:
> I prefer DuckDuckGo as well - although the other option is convincing
> StartPage to be less censorious...
> 
> 
> On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 2:04 PM, Cooper Quintin
> <cooper at radicaldesigns.org <mailto:cooper at radicaldesigns.org>> wrote:
> 
>     The default engine was Google for a while until Mike Perry and I changed
>     it.  We chose StartPage over DDG because while both being privacy aware,
>     start page had more relevant search results.  However these days I
>     personally find that DDG's results are often more relevant than start
>     page.  They also have a page that does not require cookies or JS at
>     https://duckduckgo.com/html/
> 
>     Cooper Quintin
>     Technology Director
>     radicalDESIGNS
>     PGP Key ID: 75FB 9347 FA4B 22A0 5068 080B D0EA 7B6F F0AF E2CA
> 
>     On 06/24/2013 01:54 PM, Michael Carbone wrote:
>     > DuckDuckGo seems to work well with Tor and without
>     > javascript/cookies/etc. They also run it as a hidden service so you
>     > can keep your search in the Tor cloud -- I don't know of other search
>     > engines that do that: 3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion
>     >
>     > Michael
>     >
>     > On 06/24/2013 04:38 PM, Jacob Appelbaum wrote:
>     >> Jillian C. York:
>     >>> Minor piece of feedback:
>     >>>
>     >>> Why StartPage as default search engine?  They employ safe search
>     >>> by default.
>     >
>     >> That is a good question - I think it is open to discussion.
>     >> Generally speaking, I think that a censorship free search engine
>     >> that requires no cookies, no javascript, no plugins, uses HTTPS and
>     >> is fine with Tor is the best bet.
>     >
>     >> What meets that requirement right now? Oh also, with search results
>     >> that are relevant, useful and so on?
>     >
>     >> I honestly don't even know anymore. :(
>     >
>     >> All the best, Jacob
>     >
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