Why I Ditched Google for PrivacyWall and You Should Too

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Data privacy is an ongoing issue. According to statista, in 2020 there were more than 1 billion data breaches.

We should all be looking at ways to improve our privacy and keep our data safe. Myself and others feel let down by ‘Big Tech’. Google, even in incognito modes offers little or no privacy. More and more people like myself are searching for alternatives to keep our searches and our data to ourselves. This is where I discovered PrivacyWall and you should too.

PrivacyWall is one of the internet’s best-kept secrets….for now. Officially being launched on the 19th of April, PrivacyWall is fast proving a genuine alternative to Google for those wishing to keep their privacy to themselves

How Does PrivacyWall Work?

PrivacyWall is a free private search engine that stops big tech from knowing what you do. It prevents other companies from following you around with ads that can be, let’s face it, a bit creepy. After installing on my Android via Google Play (search engine extensions are also available) I can now visit any website without revealing my IP address. Now, via their PrivateView feature, I can keep all my data and privacy to myself.


Is it Safe?

Completely! Headed up by Jonathan Wu, who himself has helped build and invest in startups with over $4.5 billion in exit value, PrivacyWall has more than 100,000 daily users, with a high satisfaction score on Google Play.

With 47,000% annual growth in daily active users, it’s clearly not just me that has made the switch from Google to Privacy Wall.

They call themselves the #UnSearchEngine. The company itself feels very unlike Big Tech, which is a big part of their draw. Along with its mission to provide a search engine that protects our data and privacy, PrivacyWall is active in philanthropy. The company is a regular donator to charities such as FeedingAmerica and World Central Kitchen.

The cherry on top? It’s customer support. PrivacyWall offers actual customer support operated by actual humans to all of its customers.

Keep your data and privacy out of Big Tech’s and marketeers hands and to yourself. Make the switch to PrivacyWall, the best free search engine. You won’t regret it.

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Jacob Maslow is a writer and marketing specialist who began his career as a payroll manager. The same affinity for numbers that originally led him to an early career in accounting now comes in handy when it comes to understanding and working with marketing analytics. A native of New York, Maslow is now based in the Middle East, where he lives with his wife and five children and provides high-quality services to clients in a variety of industries, including the legal, medical and financial sectors.