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Gibiru – Uncensored Anonymous Search

Posted by Marcus Zillman

Gibiru – Uncensored Anonymous Search

Gibiru is a private search engine that offers anonymous and uncensored search engine technology. When you search on search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo and others your queries are often stored, packaged and sold. Your profiles are often sold to corporations and governments without your permission. The challenges with using the mainstream search engines include problems such as advertisers paying to much, denial of service (blocked), ads chasing you for things you’ve already bought, all the way to ending up on the “Terrorist Watch Lists” simply because of someone’s agenda and nothing else. Gibiru’s anonymous and uncensored search engine is immune from the data sharing problems. Mainstream search engines are often forced to comply with requests from the national security department to provide all your search query history, your IP address, and purchasing without a warrant. This could be considered the most invasive form of privacy infringement the world has ever seen. Are you a reflection of everything you may have researched online? Gibiru thinks you are not a reflection of everything you have ever searched. When you search the web using Gibiru private search engine, your search data is not saved on servers. Therefore, there is no profile data to sell, package or give away via partnership, or subpoena. For added security we advise you use a VPN service, which sends search requests through a proxy IP address from a region that you specify. It removes the IP identity of the person searching. Gibiru is the only “anonymous search engine” available that includes a “Uncensored” optional feature. Gibiru provides a VPN service as well as uncensored search results. Simply click on the “Uncensored” results link above the search results and you will see different results. These are results that have been suppressed by the mainstream search engines. Gibiru’s system identifies these suppressed and censored sites and actually promotes them to the top. This will be added to Privacy Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Business Intelligence Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™.

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