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PrivacySpy is an initiative that strives to establish transparency in privacy policies.
Quad9 is a non-profit public DNS resolver that puts an emphasis on privacy and security.
Reddit is a news aggregation and message board website with thousands of sub-communities.
Ruqqus is an open-source aggregation platform for online communities.
Shazam is a mobile app that can identify music, movies, advertising, and television shows, based on a short sample played and using the microphone on the device.
Slack is an American cloud-based chat app designed for teams and workplaces.
StackOverflow is a question-and-answer forum for computer science related issues.
Startpage.com is a privacy focused search engine.
T-Mobile is an American mobile communications company founded in 1990.
Taco Bell is a fast food chain owned by Yum! Foods that sells "mexican-inspired" cuisine.
The Guardian is a leading British news organization with worldwide coverage.
Twist is a team communication app built by Doist, the company responsible for Todoist.
Twitch is an American live streaming platform that features primarily gaming content.
Twitter is a microblogging social network and is popular among American public figures.
Verizon is an American multinational telecommunications conglomerate.
VirusTotal is a free service analyzing URLs and files for malicious content.
Visible is an all-digital wireless carrier owned by Verizon.
VSCO is an image sharing social network and photography platform for iOS and Android.
Wikipedia is a collection of free online encyclopedias managed by the Wikimedia Foundation.
Yahoo! is an American technology company owned by Verizon that provides a search engine and email.
Yelp is a business directory service that provides crowdfunded reviews for its listings.
YouTube is a popular video sharing platform owned by Google.
Zoom is a popular video conferencing and telecommunication service.