When I search for certain terms in the address bar of firefox, I get redirected to an extremely annoying "custom google search" page which has been foisted upon me by my ISP. I do not use google. I use duckduckgo. This is unacceptable. Example, searching for "centrelink" in firefox redirects me to this page: google.dodo.com.au/search.html?q=centrelink
I can work around this by wacking "dummy" search terms in the address bar alongside my main search, but I really should not have to do this. How can I force firefox to ignore my ISP and just run the search through duckduckgo like it usually would?
I note that Google chrome does not suffer from the same problem, so obviously this is something that can be fixed from my end and I do not have to contact my ISP. There simply has to be a setting somewhere in firefox which will disable this obnoxious behaviour. Where is it?