Uncensored Search


As it becomes clearer and clearer that Google and Facebook are going to act as censors on what you can find on the internet. there is a need to find an uncensored search engine. I tonically, You can do a Google search for uncensored search.

One item tha comes out of the search is the article Best Uncensored Search Engines for Anonymous Searching.

Uncensored search engines are nothing more than search engines, which help you, browse the “censored” part of the Internet.
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A search engine which does not censor its content and let’s you access absolutely everything

On of the search engines that is uncensored is one that I already use Duck Duck Go.

1). Duck Duck Go

Duck duck goClearnet URL: https://www.duckduckgo.com
Onion URL: http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/
.Onion Pages Index: Yes
This is the default search engine provided with the TOR browser. DuckDuckGo is also available on, and for the regular web, so you can use it both to access the deep web, as well as your regular websites.

They are primarily in demand for the fact that they are anonymous, and do not keep track of your activities, search history, interests, or anything else for that matter.

Also, they are one of very few uncensored search engines which actually show deep web marketplace URLs directly on the search page.

That’s exactly the kind of uncensored search engine you need while accessing the hidden/censored parts of the web, isn’t that so?

Not only that, but DuckDuckGo also doesn’t show any Ads like most traditional browsers, and even though it’s not a deal-maker, relief from those ads is surely something I personally look forward to.

The Interface resembles that of Google Chrome and has similar features and filters, but obviously, it’s much more liberal and un-conservative as compared to Chrome.

Here is an example of using Firefox to look at a site in the .onion domain using Duck Duck Go.

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