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    "Rubbish Bans the use of Dogpile in the search bar"

    January 2, 2013  |   By Devilmayslip


    There are no pros to firefox now forcing me to use search engines that track me around the net.I have used firefox for years as of today i am unistalling it.


    forces me to use google etc in the search bar


    uninstalled for good or until you change your stupid attitude to search providers.

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  • Reply by ycur on January 2, 2013

    @Devilmayslip No Dogpile search engine? What? I just tested it on my machine and it works perfectly. If you are having a problem I might recommend checking the settings on the browser. While not all that likely you might possibly have a corrupted Firefox file on installation. You might also check to see if your firewall or antivirus software is preventing you accessing Dogpile.

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