Gibiru is a search engine that is promoted as being a private, uncensored, search engine. Supposedly, it's been around since 2009, and I see that it had been mentioned in this thread, but I missed it and had never heard of it until a few days ago. As far as I can tell so far, it seems to be an actual search engine rather than a metasearch, like Startpage and DuckDuckGo, the difference being that a search engine has its own bots (spiders) and its own index of content, while a metasearch engine simply add a different filter to Bing or Google results. I am trying it for the first time today, but the results look good. I haven't decided whether I like it better than Bing yet but it seems to be just as good, anyhow. I know I like it better than Google, which sucks. Given that, I search for a living, every day of the week, I will soon know which I like best. Given that I earn Amazon gift cards through Bing searches, I'll have to like it a lot better than Bing before I would switch to it full time, however. I don't like that it has a domain name that is difficult to remember, but then Startpage began as Ixquick.