DuckDuckGo, the popular privacy-oriented search engine, has joined the likes of Google, Facebook and Twitter to be blocked from being accessed in China, without any prior information.
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DuckDuckGo is a small startup search engine which offers fair and unrecorded results to anyone. Neowin has interviewed Gabriel Weinberg, the founder and CEO of DuckDuckGo, on Google, Bing and more.
Many have tried to challenge Google's dominance of the search market over the past few years, a relative newcomer to the search market, DuckDuckGo isn't shying away from the monumental task...