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<p class="desc1 maxwidth4 mbr-text mbr-fonts-style mb-4 display-7">The list below shows various companies that track you, don't care about security, or violate your online privacy.<br></p>
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We understand some of these companies/services may be irreplaceable to some people, which is why we suggest using a VPN while using a malicious company. A malicious company typically had bad user privacy, has very poor website/server security, or is highly unreliable. You should avoid any malicious companies listed here.</p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">T-Mobile</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">T-Mobile suffered a severe data breach in the year of 2021, with personal data &amp; sensitive information being stolen from of an unknown amount of individual users. A hacker gained unauthorized administrative access to the T-Mobile Network on March 18th, 2021, and T-Mobile found out about it on August 17th. That means for 8 months, hackers were stealing information without T-Mobile knowing so. Yikes.<br></p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">Comcast</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Comcast is an ISP. They do not notify you if the government is requesting data associated with you, and they received a 1-star privacy rating from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Comcast also fought against Google &amp; Mozilla's new <strong>encrypted-DNS</strong>&nbsp;feature which makes it harder for Comcast to see what their customers are doing on the internet, but Comcast also claims that they don't spy on their users. Seems suspicious.<br></p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">Apple</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Apple is a technology company that designs and manufactures smartphones, personal computers, and more. Apple has <a href="https://appleprivacyletter.com" class="text-primary" target="_blank">crossed the line with their new protocol</a> and has removed end-to-end device encryption. Images and videos that you save are now monitored 24/7 to check for "child abuse". To search for illegal things, you must look at legal things. Apple is looking at your photos.<br></p>
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Yandex</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">You would think Yandex doesn't unethically track you or collect your data without consent, maybe because they are not based in the USA, and because Yandex isn't directly affiliated with Google or Microsoft. To put it quite simply, Yandex is the Russian Google. They do just as many nasty things behind your back as Google does. Yandex is also based in Russia, and Russia has <a href="mass-surveillance.html" class="text-primary">key disclosure laws</a> in place.<br></p>
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Facebook</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">By using Facebook, you enable Facebook and 3rd party companies affiliated with Facebook to track your every move. Facebook has experienced multiple severe data breaches in the past, exposing sensitive information for over 87 million individual accounts on the Facebook Platform. Facebook also appears to have a bias, limiting free speech.<br></p>
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Zoom</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Zoom, it's the extremely popular video conferencing app nowadays. They have been giving/selling (one of the two, it is not fully known) your data (including but not limited to video call recordings, chat messages, etc) unethically to 3rd party companies without notifying you.&nbsp;Zoom's privacy policy also gives them the right to do whatever they want with your personal data.<br></p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">Twitch</h6>
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Twitch is owned by <strong>Amazon,</strong>&nbsp;a company known to unethically track its users. In October 2021, Twitch experienced a severe data breach, leaking the Twitch source code, possibly also leaking user's private information.<br></p>
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WhatsApp</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">WhatsApp is the very popular calling/texting app used by millions across the globe. While they technically have better security in a way than Telegram (WhatsApp provides end-to-end encryption by default while Telegram does not), they've been secretly sharing your data with Facebook as per their new terms and conditions. If you didn't know, Facebook owns WhatsApp. What a surprise.<br></p>
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Instagram</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">By using Instagram, you enable Facebook and 3rd party companies affiliated with Facebook to track your every move. Facebook (the Instagram parent company) has experienced multiple severe data breaches in the past, exposing sensitive information for over 87 million individual accounts stored in Facebook's database.</p>
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Yahoo</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Yahoo, specifically the Email service, isn't really the worst Email service in the world. However, they have experienced and continue to experience severe data breaches. This makes their security and infrastructure questionable. Yahoo also (according to some reliable sources) scans every email sent and received for data to sell to advertisers.<br></p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">Amazon</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Amazon owns Ring, the camera that you put in front of your house. There's no doubt that Amazon is constantly monitoring what's going on through your Ring Doorbell Camera. Amazon has also experienced over 6 severe data breaches in the past 6 years, which is not good at all. This means (approx) for every year, Amazon experienced a data breach. Additionally, Amazon is anti free-speech.<br></p>
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GitHub</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">There is no doubt that GitHub tracks you and collects information from you and your account, as GitHub is owned by Microsoft. Microsoft isn't entirely bad (privacy-wise), but when it comes to GitHub and Windows (both owned by Microsoft), they aren't the most privacy-friendly, though they are both very useful and vital to some individuals &amp; organizations.<br></p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">HostGator</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">HostGator uses Facebook, Google Ads, Google Analytics, Hotjar, and Microsoft to collect your data and to likely sell it. HostGator couldn't care less about your privacy. They also love to try and upsell you, by showing fake web hosting deals, like "USE COUPON SNAPPY TO GET x% OFF, OFFER ENDS SOON!" while that coupon has always and will always exist.<br></p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">HotSpot Shield is a VPN service that claims to be privacy-friendly. They claim to not keep logs, which to an extent is true, but they do collect your hardware information, OS information, network information, and unique mobile ID. HotSpot Shield collects this information when you open the app, not just after you connect to the VPN. They also state that they “may collect IP addresses for marketing attribution purposes.”</p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">GoDaddy</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Like HostGator, GoDaddy doesn't give two sh**s about your privacy. They use Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Pinterest, Chinese&nbsp;<strong>TikTok</strong><em>, </em>and more to collect and likely sell your data. GoDaddy is also overpriced, tries to upsell you, and provides a very sh**ty service. They are incredibly overpriced and charge you $14.99 per year for WHOIS Privacy, while nearly every other registrar provides it for free.</p>
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<h6 class="card-title mbr-fonts-style display-5">Hola! VPN</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Hola! VPN is known to be one of the worst VPN providers in existence. They don't care about user privacy, probably retain user logs, and in the year 2015, Hola! VPN was caught turning their users' devices/computers into Exit Nodes, along with unethically selling bandwidth to third parties. <strong>Never</strong>&nbsp;consider using Hola! VPN.<br></p>
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Opera Browser</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">The popular browser called Opera now includes a built-in VPN by default. Despite it being called a VPN, it is not a VPN at all, it's simply a web proxy that prevents websites you visit through Opera from seeing your real home IP address, but that's not the bad part. This free included Chinese "VPN" unethically collects data about the browser user (you) and shares it with 3rd parties.</p>
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Parler</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">In 2021, Parler suffered one of the biggest data breaches of the year. Over <strong>70 terabytes</strong>&nbsp;of data was scraped, including sensitive user information. This data breach exposed over 99% of the app's private messages, posts, drivers license's, and more. This "hack" was considered legal, because it was possible due to a flaw in Parler's API which allowed anyone to download this sensitive information.<br></p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">In early 2006, the Electronic Frontier Foundation obtained whistleblower <a href="https://web.archive.org/web/20211018053439/https://www.eff.org/files/filenode/att/presskit/ATT_onepager.pdf" class="text-primary" target="_blank">evidence</a> from former AT&amp;T technician Mark Klein showing that AT&amp;T is cooperating with illegal surveillance. The undisputed documents show that AT&amp;T installed a fiberoptic splitter at its facility in San Francisco that makes copies of all emails, web browsing, and other Internet traffic to and from AT&amp;T customers and provides those copies to the NSA.</p>
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HideMyAss VPN</h6>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">In 2011, the FBI tracked a hacker's activities back to an IP address belonging to the HideMyAss (HMA) VPN service. The FBI acquired activity logs from HideMyAss and used them to catch and prosecute the hacker. Despite the illegality of the hacker's wrongful actions, this incident made two things clear: HideMyAss does keep traceable logs and does not care so much about your privacy.<br></p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">iCloud Mail (Apple Mail) is considered to be more private than other email providers like Yahoo. It is true that iCloud doesn't use your received/sent emails for marketing purposes, however, multiple severe vulnerabilities have been discovered in iCloud Mail allowing hackers to see all of your emails. These vulnerabilities have since been fixed, but Apple fails to acknowledge the severity of those vulnerabilities.</p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Network Solutions is a domain registrar and web hosting company. Their technical support is an absolute dumpster fire. They refuse to properly assist any of their clients with any issues. They also tend to lock their customers' domain names/websites for no reason, leading to their clients' website being offline. Network Solutions also does not care about free-speech, and will take down your website if they do not agree with the content posted there.</p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">The Weather Company (an IBM subsidiary) did not properly inform it's users that it was collecting their private locations with the Weather Channel app, after the app discreetly asked over 45 million active monthly users to grant the app access to their current private location, to personalize weather data. This allowed IBM's Watson Advertising Products to monetize the coordinates of the user. A company that does this is a company that you shouldn't want to be associated with.<br></p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">In the year of 2018, Verizon throttled the internet of a local fire department. Though the fire department had an Unlimited Data plan with Verizon, Verizon decided to ask for more money if the fire department wanted to continue using their services. Additionally, Verizon has suffered and continues to suffer severe data breaches. Verizon also stores a "supercookie" on their customers' devices, so that their customer can be tracked, seeing every website and internet service they use.<br></p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">It is our understanding that Dropbox stores your saved files using 256-bit AES Encryption. Though this is true, that encryption becomes practically pointless, because Dropbox has access to the private key needed to decrypt your saved files at any time. Dropbox also reserves the right (as stated in their privacy policy) to share your file info/data with any "trusted" 3rd parties if needed.</p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">Hydrogen Aerospace is supposedly a startup aerospace company. We contacted Hydrogen on October 24th, 2021, regarding critical security issues on their website. It has taken them over 24 hours to fix one of many security issues, and we have yet to receive any formal response via email. The one issue they have fixed involved simply modifying a file on their web server, which took them over 24 hours. This website is considered highly unsafe to visit.</p>
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<p class="mbr-text mbr-fonts-style display-7">OpenDNS is a free DNS resolver service available to the public. Though OpenDNS has excellent security and is fast, it's friendliness towards user privacy is lacking. OpenDNS stays quiet about collecting DNS logs. Do note that OpenDNS also modifies your DNS queries to include a copy of your network address when forwarding them to a selection of companies and organizations.<br></p>
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