The user is informed about security practices

Service: Qwant
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Author: Dr_Jeff Staff

How does Qwant protect your privacy? <p>When you use Qwant as a search engine, <strong>we do not set any advertising cookie</strong> on your browser, nor do we look at what you personally searched for previously. When you make a query, it is immediately pseudonymized using the methods set forth in this Privacy Policy.</p> <p>We also undertake to make every effort to guarantee the security and confidentiality of our users’ personal data and in particular to prevent such data from being altered, deleted or accessed by unauthorized third parties. The URL of Qwant begins with “HTTPS”, which indicates to users that they are communicating their data securely through the TLS protocol. Technically, the TLS guarantees visitors that their data cannot be intercepted while in transit over the network in a fraudulent or accidental manner. In addition, the padlock that appears in front of the Qwant URL on most browsers certifies that you are browsing a secure site.

On 2020-12-29 14:10:19 UTC, Agnes de Lion Staff wrote:

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