Due to the increasing demand for the privacy of users, DuckduckGo reaches 10 million private searches in one day

DuckDuckGo’s daily private search volume has reached 30 million times. The company, which specialises in private search, announced the news on Twitter on Thursday. According to the introduction, the platform took seven years to make its daily search volume reach 10 million times and then used two years to achieve 20 million times. However, the leap from 20 million to 30 million times was only used. It is less than one year.

The company, founded in 2008, allows users to conduct anonymous searches on it. It does not collect or share the user’s personal information, and by default does not use cookies to identify the user’s browser.

As a series of privacy-related scandals surfaced this year, many people are increasingly worried about online privacy issues.

In response, a DuckDuckGo spokesperson said in an e-mailed statement that they are happy to see more people join in the work of raising online trust standards and adding additional tools to meet increasing privacy needs.