Ixquick Protects Your Privacy!

The only search engine that does not record your IP address.

Your privacy is under attack!

Every time you use a regular search engine, your search data is recorded. Major search engines capture your IP address and use tracking cookies to make a record of your search terms, the time of your visit, and the links you choose - then they store that information in a giant database.


さらに、これらの検索は、個人の興味、家庭事情、政治的傾向、医学的状態、その他など、驚くべき量の個人情報を明らかにしてしまいます。 This information is modern-day gold for marketers, government officials, black-hat hackers and criminals - all of whom would love to get their hands on your private search data.

Why should you worry?

Major search engines have quietly amassed the largest database of personal information on individuals ever collected. Unfortunately, this data can all too easily fall into the wrong hands. Consider the following story:

In August 2006, the online world was jarred when AOL accidentally released three months' worth of aggregated search data from 650,000 of its users, publishing all the details in an online database.

That database is still searchable. It is an absolute eye-opener to see the potential for privacy nightmares.

» Enter a query and find who searched for it
» Then click on a "User ID" to find what else this user searched for

Shocked? You are not alone.

When we search, we share our most private thoughts with our computers. These private thoughts should be safe.

Ixquick's position

  • You have a right to privacy.
  • Your search data should never fall into the wrong hands.
  • The only real solution is quickly deleting your data or not storing them to begin with.
  • Since January 2009 we do not record our users' IP addresses anymore.
  • Your personal data are not shared with any third party.
  • We were the first and only search engine to do so.
  • Since then we have added many other features that protect your privacy.
  • Our initiative is receiving an overwhelmingly positive response

Ixquick will wholeheartedly continue on its mission to offer you great search results in the best possible privacy!

Ixquick Warranties

European Privacy

European Privacy Seal
On July 14th 2008 Ixquick received the first European Privacy Seal from European Data Protection Supervisor Mr. Peter Hustinx. The Seal officially confirms the privacy promises we make to our users. It makes Ixquick the first and only EU-approved search engine. Both EU Commissioner Viviane Reding and Dr.Thilo Weichert, German Privacy Commissioner complimented Ixquick on its privacy achievements. You can find the press release here.

Certified Secure

一流の認証機関であるCertified Secureは、Ixquickのプライバシー保護手順を認証しました。 CSプライバシー保護証明書は広範囲な監査実施後に授与されました。 これによりお客さまのプライバシーは保護されます

Ixquickは、M1346973号下のオランダデータ保護機関(Dutch Data Protection Authority)(CBP)に登録されました。 この機関は、現在および未来のお客様のプライバシーを保証するためにお客様の個人データの公平かつ正当な使用およびセキュリティを管理します

We have the highest SSL encryption score in the Industry!


Ixquick web search awarded the first

On July 14th, 2008 Ixquick was awarded the first European Privacy Seal. Ixquick is the first and only EU-approved search engine.
Find the official EuroPriSe press release here.


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Ixquick.com is owned and operated by Surfboard Holding BV, Postbus 1079, 3700 BB Zeist The Netherlands. Representative for the Privacy Policy is Robert E.G. Beens.