DuckDuckGo: The Privacy-First Browser That Took on Google and Won
From its humble origins as a one-person project in a Valley Forge, Pennsylvania basement, DuckDuckGo has emerged as one of the world’s leading privacy-focused browsers, challenging the dominance of giants like Google. Gabriel Weinberg, the founder and CEO, had a clear vision from the outset: to provide a user-centric alternative to the existing search engine landscape.
As DuckDuckGo celebrates its 15th birthday, Weinberg reflects on the journey that has made his company a popular choice for users who prioritize online privacy. He also shares insights into his vision for the future of the internet and its users.