Protecting Your Privacy on the Internet

This article by Richard Chen provides a bunch of tips about how to protect your privacy on the Internet. Among other things, he suggests forgoing Google for DuckDuckGo, which claims that it doesn't send information about you to other sites (as Google does) and doesn't collect personal information about you (as Google does) — for instance, it doesn't save your IP address or create cookies on your computer. I'm curious: Is Chen's preference for DuckDuckGo justified?

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