DuckDuckGo: Reinventing the Internet Search
DuckDuckGo, a late entrant in the search engine industry, was founded in 2008 by Gabriel Weinberg with the main purpose of protecting users' online privacy and raising the standard of trust online. DuckDuckGo earned a reputation for being "the search engine that doesn't track you," and despite initial hurdles, by 2017, it had emerged as one of the top 10 search engines in the world. DuckDuckGo had managed to successfully leverage increasing privacy concerns amid accusations of tracking made against other search engines. Weinberg was now contemplating how to compete against organizations with massive resources and reach the maximum number of people who were concerned about privacy yet unaware of the existence of his search engine. Nakul Parameswar is affiliated with Indian Institute of Management Jammu. Jahnavi Maddipatla is affiliated with . Sanjay Dhir is affiliated with .