Microsoft is an American technology company, best known for creating Windows and Office.
Wikipedia is a collection of free online encyclopedias managed by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Netflix is an online video streaming and film production company based in the United States.
Founded in 1995, eBay is an online retailer and auction site where users both buy and sell products.
Google is an American technology and advertising giant known for its search engine and cloud services.
Facebook, Inc. is the world's largest online social network and has undergone several privacy scandals.
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The New York Times is a New York newspaper and widely considered the "paper of record" in the United States.
Firefox is a popular open-source browser maintained by the non-profit technology organization Mozilla.
DuckDuckGo is a search engine that places a high emphasis on protecting its users' privacy.
Discord is a chatting service for gamers, featuring VoIP calling and chat communities divided into "servers."
Epic Games is an American game development company. It is behind the Unreal Engine and a number of popular video games.
Privacy.com is an online service for generating virtual cards to protect real payment details.
Yahoo! is an American technology company owned by Verizon that provides a search engine and email.
Canvas is an online platform that powers digital learning environments for schools and colleges.