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China has started blocking access to DuckDuckGo

Reporters without borders
The search engine known for protecting users' privacy has joined the list of censored sites DuckDuckGo, an Internet search engine that distinguishes itself by not tracking its users, has joined the list of websites that are being censored by the Chinese authorities. The search engine's creator and CEO, Gabriel Weinberg, reported on 21 September that Chinese Internet users have been unable to access his website since the start of the month. DuckDuckGo has no servers inside China and does (...)

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