It didn't work for a while, but now it does. DDG claims it's a problem with Bing data:DOES ANYONE on this site CHECKS to see IF the so called "NEWS" are actually TRUE?
That's interesting - amazing - how certain sides push their agenda with partial truths . I have most of his albums anyway . However if you are a NY fan - he has his own streaming for very cheap - includes lots and lots of stuff - I don't buy into all that high definition stuff - not sure how Neil could tell with his age impaired hearing ( confirmation bias )plenty of his music disappeared. the stuff he didn't own was left there. this was already confirmed at least as of february.
Et tu DDG?
Well there's always Yandex and Rutracker
Brave Search also doesn't have such censorship shenanigans... for now.
privacy isn't illegal. Why don't you use your full name for your techspot account?What other reasons would you use Duckduckgo for other than attempts to hide your illegal activities? Ironic if you ask me.
It's like hiring a hitman to have the hitman turn you in for hiring him to do his job.
I beg to differ. The majority of people's belief system determines their, "truth". When two belief systems are out of sync, an argument ensues. Because after all, they're all telling "the truth". And, "truth must be defended". (now mustn't it)?This explains a lot... Most people are NOT like that.
I'm not projecting anything.I said MOST people, not all. Stop projecting.
That is exactly what you are doing and you do it frequently.I'm not projecting anything.
No, you made a broad generalization about everyone. You do that frequently also.And I just made a flippant comment about the confrontational nature of discussions occurring in the news forum.in general.
That is exactly what you are doing and you do it frequently.
As for my "projecting", that's frankly applicable when anyone publishes opinion as fact..
Take it someplace else.Projection is the process of displacing one’s feelings onto a different person, animal, or object. The term is most commonly used to describe defensive projection—attributing one’s own unacceptable urges to another. For example, if someone continuously bullies and ridicules a peer about his...www.psychologytoday.comprojection, the mental process by which people attribute to others what is in their own minds. For example, individuals who are in a self-critical state, consciously or unconsciously, may think that other people are critical of them. The concept was introduced to psychology by the Austrian...www.britannica.com
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