DuckDuckGo Cooks It’s Own ‘Goose’ With Google-Style Censorship, Users Flee To Search Engine Brave

Users are fleeing DuckDuckGo after CEO decides to censor, down-rank Russian ‘disinformation’

Credit: The Post Millennial


Following an announcement from DuckDuckGo founder and CEO Gabriel Weinberg that the search engine would be down-ranking website associated with “Russian disinformation,” former users of the platform announced that they would be abandoning it in favor of Brave.

Luke Mulks, Vice President of business operations for Brave, released a tweet on Thursday welcoming new people to use not just their browser, but their private search engine as well.

Twitter users condemned DuckDuckGo’s decision to down-rank sites, announcing that they would be taking their searches elsewhere.

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