Effective February 1, 2016
This Policy may change from time to time. Please check back frequently for updates.
1. Discrete Search does not track search history in any user identifiable way.
The most popular search engines create search profiles of specific users in order to retarget ads based on those search queries as the user navigates the internet. Discrete Search does not track your search history in any user identifiable way.
2. Discrete Search does not retain server logs.
Discrete Search does not use tracking tool or maintain logs that compromise your privacy.
3. Discrete Search prevents your ISP from tracking your search terms.
Some search engines do not encrypt your queries, which means your Internet Service Provider (ISP) can intercept and access them and connect them to your web and/or cable account. When you use Discrete Search, your search queries are encrypted so that your ISP cannot read them.
4. Discrete Search does not associate your searches from your online accounts.
The most popular search engines offer other services which often collect sensitive personal information such as email (Gmail, Outlook Webmail, and Yahoo! Mail) and social web services (Google+ and YouTube). When you search the web and remain logged into these accounts, your search queries can be easily connected to your profile.
Discrete Search completely disconnects your searches from being tied to your email accounts and social profiles.
5. Discrete Search helps hide your search history on your device.
Discrete Search uses proprietary technology to hide you search history from others who may use your device after you search. This may save you from some embarrassing situations.
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