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<?php

return [
	'head' => 'Privacy',

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	'general.1' => 'For us, privacy is one of the most important goods on the internet. It needs to be preserved and is not to be used for profit. The following is a small summary of our approach. A more detailed description why we are the most secure search engine can be found',
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	'general.2' => 'here',

	'policy.1' => 'Our Approach/Policy:',
	'policy.2' => 'Neither do we save your IP, nor the',
	'policy.3' => '"fingerprint" of your Browser',
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	'policy.4' => '(Which most likely could identify you as well).',
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	'policy.5' => 'We do not set cookies or use tracking-pixel or similar technology, to "track" our users (tracking = following a users digital movement on the internet).',
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	'policy.6' => 'The data transmission from MetaGer is only done encrypted via the https protocol.',
	'policy.7' => 'We offer access via the anonymous TOR network, the',
	'policy.8' => 'MetaGer hidden service.',
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	'policy.9' => 'Since the access via the TOR-network seems complicated to many users and sometimes is also slow, we offer a different way, to visit the result pages anonymously: By clicking on the link "open anonymously". Doing this your personal information will be protected on this click and even on all following clicks.',
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	'policy.10' => 'We show as few advertisements as possible, clearly marking them, and financially rely on our users, their',
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	'policy.11' => 'Donations',
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	'policy.12' => 'and membership fees for',
	'policy.13' => 'Metager is operated and developed by the charitable german organisation',
	'policy.14' => 'in Ccooperation with the',
	'policy.15' => 'Leibniz University Hanover',
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	'policy.16' => '.',
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	'policy.17' => 'Our Servers are exclusively located in germany. Therefore they are governed by the german privacy law, which is among the strictest world wide.',
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	'policy.18' => 'Since the',
	'policy.19' => 'revealments of Edward Snowden in June 2013',
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	'policy.20' => 'numerous search engines claim that they protect theit users privacy, because the user\'s IP adress is not saved. No matter how honourable these descriptions are - fact is that many search engines at least partially host their servers in the USA. Because these search engines are,',
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	'policy.21' => 'as per the Patriot Act and US law',
	'policy.22' => ', fully unprotected against the access of local authorities. Thus they cannot provide protection of personal data (even if they really try to).',

	'twitter' => 'What others say about our privacy-concept on twitter:',
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];