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@Olvid_Club_de_France @bitwarden @Vivaldi @librewolf https://tosdr.org/en/service/591 Is this up to date? If yes… why is Excosia there listed?
@voxel @Olvid_Club_de_France @bitwarden @Vivaldi @librewolf the point “This service can view your browser history” comes from that they save search results “to combat spam” and as far as I understand the policy is anonymous and my be even disabled if you set a Dnt header. I would argue that the point should not be applied.
Just the rating never tells the full story, you should go beyond and read.
Still Ecosia is a big improvement, being located in Germany and not selling/using data for ads
@shadowwwind @Olvid_Club_de_France @bitwarden @Vivaldi @librewolf I go always beyond and read, and did now checked different points and readed the privcy policy of excosia it seems they try to be a “private search engine” but at the same time they want collect data about you. It’s definitly better than Google or Bing, but there are a lot better choices than excosia if u want to use a private search engine.