Privacy is a human right: An Interview with Startpage founder, Robert E.G. Beensby@startpage

Privacy is a human right: An Interview with Startpage founder, Robert E.G. Beens

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In 2005, Robert E.G. Beens conducted a legal audit of his search engine Ixquick and was horrified to learn how much personal data of users was being stored. Beens and his co-founder David Bodnick decided to drastically alter how the search engine processed user data. As a result, they founded Startpage in 2006 – the most private search engine to date. In this interview, Beens, CEO and Co-founder of Startpage, shares how they created the world’s first private search.

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