Search site Ask will offer a new tool that will let users search the Web anonymously without the storage of any information about user searches. It's the first major search engine to do so, reports News.com.
Using the AskEraser tool, users can set their privacy preferences so the search engine doesn't retain their Web search history. It is expected to be available in the United States and United Kingdom by the end of the year and globally early next year.
If people don't use the tool, Ask will keep user search data for 18 months.