More on Cuil’s Non-Privacy Policy

Yesterday I posted that Cuil, the supposed "Google-killer" search engine that once took pride in not keeping any logs of its users' activities, had dramatically altered its privacy policy, effectively stripping it of the strong privacy-protecting language it originally contained.…

Cuil’s Famous Privacy Policy No Longer Protects Privacy

Remember Cuil, the search engine launched in 2008 that was supposed to be a Google-killer? Didn't think so. Anyway, one of Cuil's touted competitive advantages was that it didn't track user search queries. Its original privacy policy (dated July 27,…

New “Cuil” Search Engines Decides User Logs Aren’t Necessary

Some former Googlers have launched a rival search engine named for the Gaelic word for knolwedge, Cuil. Cuil (pronounced like "cool"), which claims to have an index three times the size as Google and ten times as Microsoft, aims to…