Lubuntu-users Digest, Vol 27, Issue 30
andre.rodovalho at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 16:02:25 UTC 2014
At least is encrypted.. If they wanna track it, they will need to request
info from service provider... That was the main reason I wanted to clarify.
2014-03-26 11:21 GMT-03:00 Israel <israeldahl at gmail.com>:
> On 03/26/2014 08:26 AM, Lars Noodén wrote:
>> On 03/26/2014 03:12 PM, farinet at arcor.de wrote:
>>> Am 26.03.2014 13:41, schrieb lubuntu-users-request at lists.ubuntu.com:
>>>> It means your info is going to Virginia in the US.
>>>> They (duckduckgo) use a server located there to process your search
>>>> terms and give you the info you want.
>>> That was clear to me. I was afraid i was dumb and did not understand
>>> something underlying. Whois said to me the adresses belong to Amazon?
>>> Generally, i might agree that us-based servers could be more privacy
>>> critical to not-us citizens than let's say finnish or norvegian servers.
>> To get to Finland for example your traffic will most likely go through
>> Sweden where privacy is even more of a question. :(
>> So, ixquick would be the better option? Anyway, me too, i find the ddg !
>>> feature is great (Try to use it with "!ixquick <put your searchitem
>>> here>" : great! :D).
>> DDG also operates an onion service, see the bottom of the page at the
>> owner's blog for the address:
>> That would be about the maximum currently available.
>> Except the NSA is extremely interested in cracking anything related to
> Tor... so connecting to a Tor server in anyway may make you more suspicious
> looking... :(
> I think Amazon is simply the platform (not as in Amazon.com store... just
> their web services)
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