An ethical search engine to rival Google

by Beatrice Credi - 2015.03.17
An ethical search engine to rival Google
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Lilo is an ethical search engine that is competing with IT giants. Every time you use Google or Yahoo you are exposed to advertising, from which the tech giants earn an average of €30 a day per user. Lilo, however, finances social projects simply by browsing. Each time you search, you earn a symbolic drop of water, which represents the money generated from advertising linked to the web page and which is given to good causes. The drop of water is then converted to real currency when you decide which project you want to support. Lilo also guarantees accurate results and complete privacy, since they don't collect or maintain any personal information.

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