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Brave, the privacy-focused web browser, is currently preparing to launch its own search engine for desktop and mobile users, according to recent reports. The company’s goal is to offer a complete package of browsing and search untouchable by the Masters of the Universe.
TechCrunch reports that Brave, the privacy-focused browser co-founded by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich, is preparing to launch its own search engine. Last week Brave announced the acquisition of an open-source search engine developed by the team behind the Cliqz anti-tracking search-browser combo.
The article goes on to state the following:
The newly acquired tech will support the new Brave Search engine, meaning that soon Brave will be promoting a search and browsing experience to its users that is entirely free of Big Tech’s influence.
Brave said in a press release: “Under the hood, nearly all of today’s search engines are either built by, or rely on, results from Big Tech companies. In contrast, the Tailcat search engine is built on top of a completely independent index, capable of delivering the quality people expect but without compromising their privacy. Tailcat does not collect IP addresses or use personally identifiable information to improve search results.”
The folks behind privacy-focused Brave browser are now making a search engine https://t.co/g9ZPqeS841
— Pocketnow (@Pocketnow) March 4, 2021
Brave unveils a privacy-focused search engine, as it acquires an open source search engine developed by the team behind the Cliqz anti-tracking browser (@riptari / TechCrunch)https://t.co/KYNsWfFtgjhttps://t.co/gluU1izsnG
— Techmeme (@Techmeme) March 3, 2021
— † Crusader (@Wil_Johnson1) March 6, 2021
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