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Privacy Friendly Search Engine DuckDuckGo Sees Spike In Traffic

Search engine DuckDuckGo, which touts itself as privacy-friendly, now accounts for more than 10 million searches per day, up from 1.5 million in May of 2012, Ars Technica reports. DuckDuckGo, which says it doesn't log IP addresses, saw traffic spike after former NSA contractor Snowden's initial revelaions in June of 2013. Growth continued last year, after Apple included DuckDuckGo in new versions of Safari and Mozilla added it as a Firefox option, according to Ars Technica.  

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