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Startpage 2020 year in review

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Startpage 2020 year in review
By Startpage • Issue #21 • View online
2020, has been a challenging year to all of us. We spent more time inside and online than ever before.
Thus, further exposing our daily online behaviour to Big Tech data harvesters and mass surveillance practices.
The negative effects of targeted advertising and profiled news that manipulates our perspectives on the world around us have increasingly become hot topics in discussions on where our societies should be heading.
Startpage is participating quite actively in these discussions. They help increase global awareness on the importance of protecting citizens against unwarranted ‘data-hunger.‘
Our Team will continue on our mission to protect our users’ personal data. It’s a worthy cause to serve and fight for! Now, more than ever before, the world needs a truly private search engine that offers high quality results without the tracking! Please read the full article below for an overview of our team’s projects and accomplishments in 2020.
Please continue to share your search needs and preferences with us, your input only makes Startpage better. And please share the gift of privacy with your loved ones and recommend
Sending all our love and good wishes for better days ahead!
Robert E.G. Beens
CEO and Co Founder, Startpage


Startpage articles
Startpage's 2020 - A year in review with better days ahead.
Privacy In Action: Dr. Christine Izuakor, Cyber Culture Hacker, PhD, CISSP
Privacy in Action: Jared M. Gordon, Writer, Filmmaker and Professor.
Privacy news from around the world
How the Covid-19 pandemic affected our privacy in 2020 - Vox
The Smoking Gun in the Facebook Antitrust Case | WIRED
Amazon Sidewalk is coming – and not everyone will be happy - SlashGear
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