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|Born||January 1, 1979|
|Education||B.S. in Material Science|
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Gabriel Weinberg (waɪnbɜːrg/; born January 1st, 1979) is an American technology entrepreneur, privacy advocate, and author. He is known for founding DuckDuckGo, a popular internet search engine that emphasizes privacy. 
Born in California, Weinberg graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2001 with a B.S. in Material Science.
Weinberg is married and has children.
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