My search engine provider Ixquick has, for fourteen years, been very outspoken about protecting people’s privacy and civil liberties. Ixquick rightly believes that programs like PRISM undermine our privacy, disrupt faith in governments, and are a danger to the free Internet. Ixquick has never provided a single byte of user data to the U.S. government, or any other government or agency. Ixquick, unlike Facebook, Google, etc., has not been involved in the web of PRISM. Ixquick does not store any user data, record your IP address, does not track cookies. As such, there is literally no data to access about you on Ixquick’s servers. I have a lot more big time info for you coming up in part three of this series.
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