Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Fed up with Google? Try Scroogle.org

Powerful search tool without privacy violations

© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com

As more Internet users grow cautious about Google's seemingly unquenchable desire for the private, personal data of its users, one entrepreneur is using the search engine giant's own algorithms to offer consumers a choice.

It's called Scroogle – located at Scroogle.org – and offers searchers all the power of Google but none of the privacy concerns.

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