DuckDuckgo Stock

duckduckgo.comConsumer & Lifestyle / Consumer ApplicationsFounded: 2008Funding to Date: $71.72MM

DuckDuckgo is an Internet privacy company that developed a search engine intended to provide higher privacy for the users. DuckDuckgo was founded by Gabriel Weinberg in 2008. Headquartered in Paoli, Pennsylvania, DuckDuckGo differentiates itself from other search engines by not profiling the searchers and by displaying the same search results to all. Because of its anonymity, it is impossible to know how many people use DuckDuckGo.

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Management Team

Gabriel Weinberg
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Caine Tighe
Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Damien Steel
OMERS Ventures

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News Highlights

The DuckDuckGo Users Furious at Its Response to the War in Ukraine
DuckDuckGo didn’t set out to be a conservative-friendly “free speech” search engine, but that’s how it’s seen by many users.
DuckDuckGo Wants to Stop Apps From Tracking You on Android
The privacy-focused tech company's latest update promises to block invasive data collection across your whole phone.
On a growth tear, DuckDuckGo reveals it picked up $100M in secondary investment last year – TechCrunch
Privacy tech continues cooking on gas. To wit: Non-tracking search engine DuckDuckGo has just revealed that it beefed up its balance sheet at the back end of last year with $100 million+ in “mainly secondary investment” — from a mix of existing and new investors. Its blog post nam…
Updated on: May 24, 2024


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