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I want to see a "normal" SERP, not affected by Google's custom search algorithms. I know that Google algorithms are pervasive (web history, mail, chat, cooky, IP...).

What can I do to see "normal" results, as if I was born today? Is there an online service giving this output?

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This isn't Google but it queries the Google servers for results: https://startpage.com/ This search engine does not store any personally identifiable information.

Another thing you can do is disable javascript when using Google, this should reduce the amount of guessing it does.

I haven't tested it myself but this plugin claims to do it for you.

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startpage.com is exactly what I needed. –  Kurt UXD Jul 22 '12 at 13:47

To see a normal SERP, you can access Google without signing in with a Google Account.

If you're concerned about privacy, use a search engine like DuckDuckGo

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