RedReader for reddit is missing, though it is a bit obscure but the programmers are privacy conscious and the client doesn't include any kind of telemetry as far as I know.
(I use Invidious mainly because it doesn't have the insane JS bloat of the official site.)
Otherwise in-section descriptions are great. Thanks for compiling.
My biggest issue with GA at this point is only that so many visitors block it. That's the biggest reason why I'd want a self-hosted solution. At some point, even with all of its great features, GA will simply become useless.
Also Adobe marketing cloud is some seriously sinister shit, photoshop isn’t the issue with that company.
All other search "engines" are search services sending data to, and getting back results and ads from the search engines (usually Bing).
Only Mojeek offers privacy (no-tracking).
Self-disclosure: Mojeek team member
Some quick notes on the actual list:
- Should add Startpage - private search engine that gives Google results.
- It doesn't explain why products to be avoided, just lists them. A few have explanations, but not all.
From Robert Beens (co-founder and CEO): "In no way does System1 want to change the privacy practices or process by Startpage, in fact, they legally cannot as all of those decisions are held by the co-founders of Startpage."
"System1 is interested in Startpage's ad revenue, not its data"
Source - https://www.computing.co.uk/news/4017337/privacy-focused-sea...
So if you uploaded a ubuntu ISO and so did I, they were simply linked. This may have been disabled.
They specifically advertised stuff like this wasn't being done, but turns out it was "mis-communicated". FTC complaints were even filed i believe over this. 
The Snowden leaks revealed the encryption they used allowed Dropbox to decrypt and surrender files to third parties. Though this was widely know and the workaround had long been to encrypt a container and store it in dropbox to mitigate this and the de-duplication issues etc.
They also have a tendency to strip/remove files/code they deem malicious in nature. So anything netsec related was at risk for me. Things like shell scripts etc. They actually say this is a feature, but its pretty heavy handed
Not sure if that is the current behavior because due to these things i ditched them years ago and never looked back. I mostly roll my own with things like this now anyway. The only time i use a "cloud" service like this is to share something with the understood privacy risks.
It would also be interesting to have this entire list ranked or tagged for resistance to censorship or deplatforming.
And it's a bit sad that BSDs don't get a mention in the OS section..
Seems like YT is reading cookies or mapping the IP anyways...
Some more info on the OSM Wiki: https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Magic_Earth
As usual, https://yacy.net is not on the list.
Unfortunately since it's so high up the list of don't this whole list reads more like "use these FOSS thingies instead of xyz corporate things", disregarding the Adobe Suite is so good when concerning workflow and it shouldn't really infringe on your privacy since it's not really doing a lot of talking (unless you use their cloud storage thingie which I can't fathom a reason for).
I still use Windows for games, and coding for fun.
However, I think it is possible to eke out a bit more performance by optimizing the architecture and using some more performant language than Python.