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The New York Times
The New York Times is a daily American newspaper and has since been nicknamed the "newspaper of record".
Microsoft Office is a suite of office-related software.
OnePlus is a Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer known for their smartphone lineup.
OneSearch is a free privacy-focused search engine from Verizon Media.
OpenBazaar is an open-source project developing a protocol for e-commerce transactions in a fully decentralized marketplace.
Opera is a free, Chromium-based web browser.
OVH is a French cloud computing company that offers VPS, dedicated servers and other web services.
Paddle is a payment processing company incorporated in England and Wales.
Padlet is a education-oriented document creation and sharing platform.
Paypal is an American online payment platform and financial service company.
PlayerFM is a podcast discovery and cataloguing service which lists podcasts hosted across different podcast publishing sites.
Plex ia global streaming service of free ad-supported TV shows and movies, as well as the developer of a client-server home media system under the same name.
Pocket Casts is a free podcast service made by Podcast Media.
Podalong is a free podcast service.
Porkbun is an ICANN-accredited domain registrar.
Posteo is an email service provider based in Berlin, Germany, offering paid email accounts for individuals and businesses.
PowerDNS is a security and performance oriented DNS provider.
Privacy.com is an online service for generating virtual cards to protect real payment details.
PrivacySpy is an initiative that strives to establish transparency in privacy policies.
Secure email service with End-to-End Encryption based in Switzerland.
ProtonVPN is a virtual private network service provider operated by the Swiss company Proton Technologies AG.
Qobuz is a French commercial music streaming and downloading service.
Quad9 is a nonprofit organization for the purpose of operating a privacy-and-security-centric public DNS resolver.
Quizlet is a website proving learning services such as flashcards, games and tests.
Quora is an American question-and-answer forum.
Qwant is a French web search engine.
Rakuten, Inc. is a Japanese electronic commerce and online retailing company.
Reddit is a news aggregation and message board website with thousands of sub-communities.
Regery is a domain, SSL, and hosting provider.
Revolut is a British financial technology company that offers banking services.