Uncensored Anonymous Search Engine
Gibiru - Promoting a Free Uncensored Internet
Did you know that when you browse the net the search term you just typed is being passed on to the websites that you have visited? Also, the mainstream search engines and websites you visit are storing these terms along with your IP address and setting cookies onto your computer that enable them to track you everywhere you go to show more targeted advertisements to you.
Why should you care?
Well the answer is simple, not only is this basic invasion of privacy, but it is illegal under the Federal Wiretap Law of 1968.
If CISPA were to become law it would grant businesses and the government an unprecedented ability to share data without the need to consider anti-trust or classification laws. Hacked businesses would be granted legal immunity if they acted in “good faith” to protect their networks, thanks to a part of the bill whose broad language has drawn the ire of consumer and privacy advocates.
It's getting worse, what these companies are doing with your web history and profile data could actually cause real harm to you or your family.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation and American Civil Liberties Union, two of CISPA’s chief opponents, have warned that the legislation would reveal health records, credit information, and other information to the government without first being scrubbed by the companies turning over those files. The National Security Agency could then be granted access to those transmissions when investigating foreign hackers.
Not only are your search queries stored, packaged and resold to web data companies, these profiles get sold off and packaged up to corporations and the government and can end up costing you higher prices, premiums and
even outright denial of service, or worse - a free membership on the new Domestic Terrorist Watch List.
What's more, the mainstream search engines are forced to comply with requests from the national security department at any time by providing all search query history related to you, your online accounts and your IP address without a warrant, thanks to new legislation. This could be considered the most invasive form of privacy infringement the world has ever seen. Can you remember everything you may have researched online?
It is frightening.
When you search the www using Gibiru your search query is not saved on our servers. We wipe the record within seconds after you perform the search. Thus, there is no profile data to sell, package or give away via partnership, request or subpoena.
When you use our AnonymoX Firefox plugin which can be downloaded in the PROXY page of Gibiru, we send the search request through an proxy IP address. This is like being able to change your phone number when someone has caller ID and is looking to see who is calling.
Additionally, our system will refresh your random Proxy IP address every few minutes and remind you to delete any cookies that may have been set on your computer while you were surfing the web.
There are some other anonymous search engines out there, but Gibiru is the most comprehensive in providing a Proxy IP service with an anonymous search engine request and cookie crumbling.
Also don't forget that web results are censored by lamestream. Just as the ads you see online are designed based on your profile, so are the search results. With our technology, Gibiru is able to break you out of the "Censorship Filter Bubble" and show you results that you might otherwise not see, providing you a much more complete uncensored version of the web.
Our News index is proprietary and is comprised of all of the lamestream media sources plus websites that the mainstream search engines have blocked or frequently omit from results. So when you use Gibiru News, you can rest assured that you are getting the widest view of important world news from various perspectives.
Recently, the US Federal Government has had major publishers remove "Alternative News Content" sites from search results that may contain uncensored information on the War in Iraq, Afghanistan, and even Iran, Terror Attacks, FBI False Flags and Drills, Second Amendment supporters, hacker group Anonymous, Chemtrails, GMOs, the Occupy Movement, US diplomatic and political scandals (like Wikileaks notorious cables), UFOs, even news on astro-physics. Unfortunately, the government censored major publishers and search engines are forced to work closely in order to chill Internet discourse and provide governmental agencies, like the NSA, FBI, DHS, etc. the information they request.
After the House Intelligence committee overwhelmingly approved an updated draft of the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, or CISPA, by a vote of 18-to-2, the Bill could make it all the way to the desk of US President Barack Obama, and Americans will likely be subjected to having the personal information they provide to online businesses shared with the government’s top-secret spy agencies.
America OnLine, Microsoft, Yahoo and others are all slowly turning the Internet into an information superhighway dominated by barricades, toll booths, off-ramps that lead to dead ends and track everywhere. This censorship is accomplished by geo-location filtering: the restriction or modifying of web content based on the geographical region of the user. In addition to countries, such filtering can now be implemented for states, cities, and even individual IP addresses. Just as Google was forced by China to only show negative results for the web search Dali Lama and Tibet in an agreement that would allow Google to operate business in China, the same system of censorship and secret policing of citizens is developing now. Would you trust the government's mainstream media to tell you the truth?
Anonymity and Private Browsing
Mainstream search engines have openly admitted to providing the US government with personal data including emails and web search behaviour. Some even openly display Transparency type Reports. Gibiru Offers Users Private Browsing of Uncensored Search Results. Gibiru is presently based on modified Google Search algorithm that limits tracking of your internet behaviour and privacy thus removing behavioural search result filtering and censoring so that you get natural un-targeted search results. Gibiru offers different levels of privacy depending on the browser that you use. It is important to know that your browser also stores information on your computer that could be used at will by the government or law enforcement at any time due to the Patriot Act without court order or subpoena.
For Maximum privacy, Gibiru recommends Firefox set in Private Browsing mode with the AnonymoX plugin installed to best protect your privacy and Internet Freedom. Always begin your web search at gibiru.com. Don't forget to set Gibiru as your home page.
Gibiru has its own robots that crawl less mainstream websites, sites that tend to promote "alternative" views from mainstream. Because Google and Bing crawl Lamestream media at infinum, Gibiru does not waste bandwidth crawling these mainstream sites however their content is still available through our web search and HTTPS encrypted web search. Gibiru uses its own algorithm to render uncensored results in our Uncensored News section. The algorithm is not filtered, nor censored. If you have a site that you think should be included in Gibiru's Uncesored News results please submit it to our developers.
Gibiru now offers HTTPS 128 bit encrypted search, for those who are especially concerned about third party snoopers. The 128 bit https encryption allows Gibiru users to search the web anonymously and under the same level of encryption that most online stores and banks use to protect user's privacy. To execute https encrypted search, simply click on the https link at the top of the Gibiru home page and you will be redirected to https://anonymous-gibiru.com/
Gibiru Privacy Capabilities by Browser type
Gibiru now only supports Firefox for HTTPS 128 bit encrypted web browsing. We recommend downloading the IP Proxy plugin for Firefox which will automatically proxy your browsing session through a series of anonymous proxies while you surf the web.
Simply Click Here to download AnonymoX
When you search the web through Gibiru, the system does not use your IP address or cookie data when it returns the search results; providing you with a non personal private search experience. Gibiru makes nor implies any guarantee that a site or sites you visit after leaving the Gibiru Search Results will not be tracking you independently or storing data about you so browse the internet at your own risk. We recommend that you download the AnonymoX plugin located here: Download to allow you to easily proxy your IP address and clear cookies as you surf the web. Gibiru gathers no personal information on its users, however due to some code needed for search result API integration and bandwidth/site performance, we may monitor server logs from time to time.