Our search engine knows often more about us than our best friends – thanks to the data trails we leave as we are seeking answers to common and sensitive questions across the web. Is there a real choice, a private alternative for online search and navigation, without dismantling the boundaries of our privacy? The answer is clearly and reassuringly: YES.
The privacy violation in the digital space is so far-reaching that people can only see the top of the iceberg. The behavioral-based advertising works so cleverly that users cannot even notice that they are trapped in an intellectual isolation called “filter bubble”. Kamyl warns of the damaging consequences of this: not just a biased world view, but this can be a real hotbed for misinformation and radicalization.
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