New search engine private.me
CLAIMS it encrypts, splits-up, and distributes search query content amongst multiple non-backtrackable not-for-profit websites in a way that even the private.me
organization can't track or parse.
However, you apparently DO have to sign-up and select specific opt-out/opt-in options to choose the precise level of privacy you want on private.me
I usually don't sign-up on search engines. For example, on another "secure" search engine website I created a keyboard-generated macro that changes and "saves" my preferred 'settings' for each session. No sign-up needed and all it requires is that I tolerate the fuss of activating that macro with 2 extra keystrokes. It sounds like that kind of work-around isn't possible with the private.me
For more info, you might wish to watch the private.me
promotional video at
I have no personal or financial interest in private.me, it's personnel, or any known affiliated organizations or supporters.