DuckDuckGo is aiming to enter the desktop browser market, betting that default privacy-centric settings will provide safer alternatives to Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browsers and Google’s Chrome.
The search engine company claims to be developing a desktop browser from scratch with the same privacy-enhancing defaults that makes DuckDuckGo search engine popular with privacy advocates.
“No complicated settings, no misleading warnings, no ‘levels’ of privacy protection – just robust privacy protection that works by default, across search, browsing [and] email,” Weinberg declared.
Read More: Securityweek
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