Ugh gaaaawd, what is it now? Isn’t Duck Duck Go the bestest alternative to Google Search anymore? The safest and most private and secure? See for yourself:
Okay, now what to do? Is the corporacrisy already that powerful and evil? Is there no way out? No way to escape their clamping down on us?
Of course there is. As long as at least some politically and technically aware activists are still free and not in jail, there always is a better way than the “official” one. And, hey, who made Google the boss of you, who said they are the standard? With GNU/Linux we’re starting, and succeeding, pushing the mighty Microsoft of its unearned throne, so there must certainly be another search alternative to Google’s censoring fascist shit as well. And indeed there is!
May I suggest you look up and install StartPage? In Firefox, Waterfox and Pale Moon (Orca’s browser of choice)
you activate it simply from the Add-ons. It’s just a couple clicks and you’re in security heaven. Yes, but you won’t find it on the Add-ons thing but you go via their website … and add it from there. Dunno what kinda silly politics are behind this and I’m not nearly geeky enuff to know. But that’s the way it works. Go to the StartPage site and from there you can add it to your Add-ons.
StartPage is the sister project of ixquick, so it won’t matter which of them you install. Main thing is that you switch to either of them and start de-googling your life! The almighty search
enigma engine is a fantastic first step on your way to a more free and easy and private life.
Oh, btw, here’s Lee Camp’s video about that problem that goes by the name of Google.
Well, Ecosia … I’m no treehuger and I don’t wanna see ANY ads on my screen, no matter how well they are meant. And wasn’t there some talk about Ecosia and Microsoft? Hmmm, very suspect. I’d say let’s settle with startpage or ixquick for now, until they find the next conspiracy that drives us into the sheeple abattoir.
Or do as the really really kool kidz do and use Yandex! And let’s show them ‘murican nazis where they can stick their Google: