[tor-talk] duck duck go
developerchris at rebel.com.au
Mon Oct 28 10:50:31 UTC 2013
No not directly related to Tor but was the subject of some discussion a few
days ago. I didn't see you pop your little note into that.
Yes I agree it was an extension that was installed BUT in my defense I used
the "get more search engines" in Firefox's Manage Search Engine List.
I was not expecting and probably did not pay enough attention to the fact it
was actually installing an extension rather than just a search engine string.
It seems Firefox is now using extensions to provide search engine results.
Not Cool either.
Caught once won't be caught again.
Oh and yeah its privacy related I don't like extensions spying on my search....
On 28/10/2013 8:55 PM, Felix Eckhofer wrote:
> Am 28.10.2013 10:27, schrieb DeveloperChris:
>> I have used this in the past and the thread reminded me so I thought I
>> would give it another go. I installed the duckduckgo search into
>> firefox's search engine list.
> No, what you apparently did was install the DDG extension for firefox.
> Which very cleary advertises the feature you don't like:
> Which, btw is the reason I don't have any of their extensions installed.
> But you can hardly blame the extension for doing what it tells you it does.
> Also, not related to Tor.
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