Gigablast, Inc., (, an early pioneer in internet
search, announced the beta launch of the new Gigablast search engine
and website at

The new service provides users with the power to search the web —
quickly and intuitively — for the most relevant results from the most
relevant dates. Rather than merely reporting the date that a particular web
page was last “seen” by the search engine, Gigablast’s patent-pending
“freshness dating” algorithms estimate the last date that relevant changes
were made to the web page. This innovative technology gives users
unparalleled flexibility to find the right results from the right time.

As an added benefit, Gigablast is implementing the most
privacy-conscious personal data policy of the major search engines. Not
only is the minimal amount of information collected to provide useful and
relevant search results, but all personal information is erased from
Gigablast’s records within sixty days. Further, Gigablast does not place
any cookies on users’ computers, nor does Gigablast use web beacons to
track users’ activities.

“Since 2002 Gigablast has been providing quality search results to our
users. The addition of our patent-pending freshness dating capability and
our industry-leading privacy procedures represent a substantial step
forward for the search industry, and a real benefit to our users,” said
Matt Wells, CEO and Founder of Gigablast, Inc.