Katherine Albrecht 12/3 /2014


Katherine Albrecht

Please help me spread the good news! People are waking up to the dangers of using big-name search engines.

We’re seeing proof of it at StartPage.com and Ixquick.com. Our traffic has SKYROCKETED since June 2013 when Edward Snowden began leaking details of government Internet snooping programs, like PRISM.

Forbes reporter Adam Tanner has noticed, too, in the article out today, “Why Traffic To These Google Alternatives Is Soaring” at http://www.forbes.com/sites/adamtanner/2014/02/10/why-traffic-to-these-google-alternatives-is-soaring/

Would you help us spread the word by doing one or more of the following starting tonight?

*Please post a link to the Forbes article. If you don’t have your own website or blog, consider posting a link at Social Media outlets like FaceBook, Twitter, Reddit, and Delicious.

*Go to Forbes and other places where the article is posted and share with the world why you have made the switch to private search!

*Share the article with friends, relatives and family members.

*Share a link to my step-by-step video that shows how easy it is to make StartPage your default search engine. See http://youtu.be/BJBUP0TwVbs (You have made StartPage your default search engine, haven’t you?)

*When you need to search the Internet, say “StartPage it!” Say it loud and say it proud!

After all, searching with StartPage is not only smarter, Ixquick and easy. Get it? 🙂

Katherine Albrecht is the founder of Consumers Against Supermarket Privacy Invasion and Numbering (CASPIAN), a national consumer organization created in 1999 to educate consumer-citizens about shopper surveillance. She is a consumer privacy advocate and spokesperson against radio-frequency identification (RFID). Albrecht devised the term “spy chips” to describe RFID tags such as those embedded in passport cards and certain enhanced United States driver’s licenses. Katherine Albrecht holds a Doctor of Education degree from Harvard University. She is a resident of Nashua, New Hampshire.
Albrecht was interviewed about RFID chips in Aaron Russo’s 2006 documentary America: From Freedom to Fascism.

Date Recorded: 12 3 2014

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