Ghostery is Working on a Privacy-Focused Browser and Search Engine
Posted on November 18th, 2020 by Kyle Torpey and filed under Online Privacy.
According to a paywalled report in Wired, anti-tracking browser extension Ghostery is working on their own privacy-focused browser and ad-free search engine.
- The browser will use Firefox as a base and the search engine will be built on top of Bing’s search API.
- A beta version of both products is expected to be available in January. Although, interested users are also able to sign up for an early version of the products today.
- Using Ghostery’s new search engine will initially require a Ghostery Plus subscription, which currently costs $5 per month. However, the company is also working on an ad-supported model.
Kyle TorpeyKyle is the creator of The Crypto Feed. Before founding The Crypto Feed, Kyle was a longtime freelance Bitcoin writer at places like Forbes and Bitcoin Magazine.
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