Brave Software, maker of a privacy-oriented browser, on Wednesday said its surging search service has exited beta testing while its Goggles search personalization system has entered beta testing. Brave, which debuted a year ago, has received 2.5 billion search queries since then and based on current monthly totals is expected to handle twice as many over the next year. The search service is available in the Brave browser and in other browsers by visiting search.brave.com.com. Brave says this will allow users to counter any built-in bias in its search results, but a likely consequence is that users or groups of users will be able to craft rules that enforce a different bias. Brave now claims more than 59 million monthly active users, which . . .