Gabriel Weinberg founded search engine Duck Duck Go in 2008 with one key differentiator from his other powerful competitors: Duck Duck Go does not track its users: they don't collect or share personal data. The search engine also puts "instant" answers above any links and ads; features a clean design; does not bias search results towards what they think particular users would already agree with; and is driven by community, not just algorithms and servers.
Tune in to hear the story of Duck Duck Go's founding, how it's tripled its numbers in the last year, and how the company makes money if it doesn't collect and share information.
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