OneSearch, is a new search engine that promises maximum privacy launched by Verizon Media. The search engine does not track cookies, history, storage, or shares data sharing with advertisers, similar to the privacy features in DuckDuckGo search engine. The search engine is currently available in mobile and desktop at OneSearch.com. In short, OneSearch search engine has been created to improve user privacy and to secure products.
The company says, “OneSearch doesn’t track, store, or share personal or search data with advertisers, giving users greater control of their personal information in a search context. Businesses with an interest in security can partner with Verizon Media to integrate OneSearch into their privacy and security products, giving their customers another measure of control.”
An important fact is the button that indicates whether the advanced privacy options are turned on or off. OneSearch encrypts search results and the search results will expire after 1 hour. Privacy-focused features offered by OneSearch:
- Say Goodbye to Cookies tracking, retargeting, or personal profiling.
- Doesn’t track or share your personal data with advertisers.
- Doesn’t store or use your search history.
- Gives you a wider, deeper range of results without bias
- Search Term Encryption.
The company won’t sell user’s data to advertisers so that they can perform searches day to day without risking their information or personal data. The search engine is currently only available in North America on mobile and desktops and a mobile application for iOS and Android should be released by the end of the month.