While looking into Lukol [1], a supposed "anonymous search engine," it's interesting to see how their privacy policy has changed over the years (thanks Wayback Machine [2]!). Sometime in 2016...

1) They stopped proxying Google search results and began relying simply on Google Custom Search [3] which is subject to Google's privacy policy [4].

[1] lukol.com
[2] archive.org
[3] en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_C
[4] support.google.com/customsearc

2) They replaced "We do NOT record your IP address, browser data, or operating system" with the vague phrase, "We do NOT collect any personally identifiable information (PII).
3) They removed "We do NOT share your search data with governments."


Lukol was also founded by Russian entrepreneur, Vladislav Golunov [1] who's behind another search engine called Kiddle [2], targeted for kids 🤔

[1] theregister.co.uk/2016/04/11/k
[2] kiddle.co/

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