Forget Google, try Yauba?

A new internet search engine has arrived: Yauba.

Nothing much new here, except they have a nice privacy policy not seen in any other search engine in the world:

Our Privacy Policy:

Our Internet privacy policy comes with no fine print, no footnotes, no caveats, no ifs, no ands, and no buts.
The entirety of our privacy policy is as follows:

We do not keep any personally identifiable information.

You can even visit the result weblinks via an anonymising system.

•We offer our users the highest privacy protection of any major search engine in the world. We are the only major search engine company that offers users the option of an anonymous browsing mode, which when used properly, allows users to both search and browse third party websites safely and anonymously, without passing on any private, personally identifiable information.

•We actively support and endorse the work of leading Internet privacy advocacy organisations. We are the only Internet search focused company globally (and the first media company based in India) to be approved as an official signatory to the United Nations Global Compact, the leading non governmental initiative sponsored by the United Nations which promotes social responsibility standards for corporations around the world. We actively support and work with Stanford University’s Center for Internet and Society on efforts to promote greater Internet privacy standards online. We also sponsor not for profit educational programmes for schools and parents on Internet safety and security.

•We firmly believe we have an important moral obligation to safeguard the privacy and security of our users. As a result, we do not request any personal information from you; we do not use any cookies whatsoever; and we delete all of your personally identifiable information from our servers on a daily basis. While we unfortunately cannot and do not control the privacy policies of external sites or third party advertisers on Yauba, we encourage you to read through their privacy policies very carefully, and (should you feel uncomfortable with their specific practices) to monitor your cookies or configure your browser to block all third-party cookies in addition to visiting those sites through Yauba’s anonymiser. If you click directly on a link to a third party site or to an advertisement while NOT using Yauba’s anonymising filter, third parties will be able to access your personal information (including IP addresses, browser type) and will be able to place cookies on your computer. To find out more about cookies and how to control or delete third party cookies, please visit