[tor-talk] Scroogle is No More?

M Robinson mr.m.robinson at gmail.com
Tue Feb 21 13:57:10 UTC 2012

I've tried DuckduckGo, It isn't for heavy engine users. It seems like a
childrens search engine, and it has a lousy results format format.

I don't understand how Ixquick/Startpage can tap Google, yet Google goes
out of its way to crush Scroogle, which was by far the best out of what
I've found and checked on this thread.

I must be getting old, YaCy and Seeks can not replace Scroogle on its
worse day.  My browser clears everything (cookies, flash) when it shuts
down. Why would I want to tie into any of these?

Clusty/Yippy fell to the dark side, after being bought they adopted a
disturbing censorship policy.

For a heave engine user, Scroogle is hard to replace, none of these is
getting it done like Scroogle; Ixquick, maybe, with a bit of
Greasemonkey, but I don't like the fact that they have Google access via
two sites while Scroogle is being forced off the net for virtually doing
the same thing.

On 2/21/2012 2:25 AM, Jim wrote:
> scroogle.org no longer resolves
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