By Rebekah Dunne
You may have read about the social media platform built for good recently; well, how do you feel about a search engine created for privacy?
Sure, you have the likes of DuckDuckGo that offers additional privacy protections, and Mozilla Firefox, which has built-in cookie jars to prevent third parties from sharing your information, but this particular search engine is offering something that no other platform does.
Neeva is dedicated and extremely strict about operating its platform without ads.
“Search is the gateway to the world’s information, and with Neeva, we want to help you experience the Internet in a new way—free of distractions, prying eyes and frustration.”
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The brand wants its users to see search results that aren’t dictated by advertisers.
So, if Neeva has ditched the ads, how is the search engine made available? The platform will operate on a subscription basis, costing users between $5-10 per month.
Article Table of Contents
- Built And Run By Ex-Googlers
- How Does Neeva Work?
- What Data Does Neeva Collect?
- How Does Neeva Use This information?
- So, How Is This Different?
- How Is This Different To Google?
- Do We Need Another Search Engine?
Neeva isn’t available yet but you can check it out.
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