(USNEWS) — Privacy-minded Internet users gained a new search option Tuesday with the debut of Private.me.
The new service says when you perform a search “all of your personal data is immediately encrypted, sliced up and distributed between geographically dispersed nonprofit organizations.”
If you create an account you can maintain an optional search history that’s visible only to you and tweak the amount of data you share.
Advertisement - story continues below
"[W]e have the only truly 'forgetful' system in which no single entity (including us) can access any user’s personal data without explicit consent," the site touts.