Xayn wants to be your privacy-first Google replacement, complete with its own Discover feed
Whenever you search for something on Google, your data is sent to the company’s servers, including details about your most intimate desires and queries you wouldn’t think of sharing with a stranger on the streets. That’s where privacy-minding alternatives like DuckDuckGo come in, but they won’t give you personalized results at all in order to protect your data. The Berlin-based tech company Xayn wants to change that with its new privacy-centric search engine, trying to give you the best of both worlds: Personalized results without all the tracking.
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