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Search more sustainably
By Startpage • Issue #32 • View online
Startpage strives to incorporate sustainable processes into our daily operations, especially practicing data management that is kind to the environment.
Our approach to data management is effective and sustainable because we don’t collect or store any personal data in the first place. That means that we use fewer resources than non-private search engines, as we don’t have anything to process or organize.
A recent analysis from measured the environmental impact of eight different search engines and reported that “Startpage, in addition to having a low impact, is also less “resource-intensive” in memory than the other engines and 2 times less than Ecosia, especially on this use case. Startpage is also the most energy-efficient and 2 times less than Yahoo in the same search scenario.”
For the full story, read our blog article as well as more privacy and environment related news below.


Startpage articles
Reducing your digital and carbon footprint with Startpage
New feature: Private Stocks Search
Privacy in Action: Jon von Tetzchner, Co-Founder & CEO of the Vivaldi browser
Privacy news from around the world
Expert on digitization and climate "An efficiency machine" -
Why your internet habits are not as clean as you think - BBC Future
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