For some reason, Google hates Dogpile's guts! When I installed Dogpile on Firefox (a challenge in and of itself), my access to YouTube was completely blocked. Once I removed it, access was restored. And I'm not just talking about having Dogpile as a default browser. Merely having it installed was a sin. This pissed me off, so I migrated to Vivaldi. Almost everything was fine, but the native translate app wasn't working. So I installed ImTranslator. The next thing I know, I was redirected to check a permissions box whenever I tried to search with Dogpile. I removed the app, but the redirects continued. I tried a malware removal app, but still no dice. Finally, I completely cleansed Vivaldi data from my system and reinstalled it. Everything is fine now. I looked closer and discerned that Google is the default source for the new app. And come to think of it, I'm fairly certain that Google is the base for the native app, which is why it doesn't work. My thought is that Google hates Dogpile because it is a meta-search engine which utilizes Google's results. This is probably what pisses them the hell off. This anti-Dogpile phenomenon appears to be unknown to Internet users at large. Then again, Dogpile is not widely used.