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Privacy Fears Prove a Huge Draw for Anti-NSA Search Engine, DuckDuckGo

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DuckDuckGo, a small web search site that doesn't track its users, has seen a record rise in traffic in the last week. That's likely due to the news that the United States National Security Agency has been using search engines to track people's online activities, via its PRISM program. Gabriel Weinberg is the founder and CEO of DuckDuckGo. We reached him in Paoli, Pennsylvania.
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