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 Why did we switch search engines?

Using DuckDuck Go gives you the user unbiased results. That’s not what you get using Google.

The Painful Truth has had its content suppressed by Google for some years now. Over the years our 'hits' increased only to have Google show the results of those organizations who pay to play. We did the ad thing also. It raised our visibility and 'hits' but we fell further behind in search results. Some of this is caused by old html code that is obsolete (not up to modern standards) and repairing this coding is a huge task which would take years. I am not going to go there. The MAIN reason in which I made the decision to ditch Google is their corrupt behavior in silencing groups they disagree with. This is never acceptable in a free society. Everyone has a right to present their views without suppression. Ever those who run websites dedicated to Herbert Armstrong. Even if I disagree with them (and I do) it is a right that I would never deny another. In the future I plan on moving our content from YouTube (another Alphabet company) to another service. I feel that strong about this.

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" You share your most intimate secrets with your search engine without even thinking: medical, financial and personal issues, along with all the day to day things that make you, well, you. All of that personal information should be private, but on Google it’s not. On Google, your searches are tracked, mined, and packaged up into a data profile for advertisers to follow you around the Internet through those intrusive and annoying ever-present banner ads, using Google’s massive ad networks, embedded across millions of sites and apps. In fact, it’s a myth that you need to track people to make money in web search. When you search ‘car’ we can show you a car ad without knowing anything about you. That’s how we make money and it doesn't involve tracking because it is based on the keyword and not the person. Google could do this too; they just chose not to— all that tracking is to power their ad networks so that ads can follow you around the Internet using your search history and other information they have on you. So-called incognito mode won’t protect you either. That’s another myth."

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