audits/ · master · Inspector Gadget / Cyberservices Ethics Audit Project

We audit online services to: * promote privacy, expose & fight mass surveillance (avoiding direct compromise & harmful supply chains) * promote network neutrality & inclusion * promote human rights…

The significant update with the new report is that DDG now enables Microsoft to see both the user’s IP address and the search query – a combination that many will find objectionable.


Someone thought that research was an official work of Purism because it was published from the Purism forge. Purism worried that others would make the same mistake, so they made the repository containing the DDG article private (which makes it unviewable). The history of that is here:

Non-version-controlled copies are also published here:

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