What tools do you use on a daily basis to protect your privacy online and / or make your life a bit easier when dealing with spam and safe browsing?
My personal list:
SimpleLogin (note: I work with them, hence a bit biased, but it's amazing!), to create email aliases for each service I subscribe to. Easy kill switch;
BitWarden, to store all my passwords on Mac and iPhone. I used LastPass in the past but BitWarden is open-source;
Sync, my favorite end-to-end encrypted cloud storage. I use it to store sensitive documents I wouldn't trust Google or Amazon with. Most of my photos and non-sensitive information is still there, though, and I'm working on it;
Wise Bank, which in the UK provides throwaway cards (unlimited, for free), kinda like privacy.com in the UK. I pay with those online so I can't "forget" to unsubscribe from a trial or stop paying a software as the card literally won't exist anymore;
Apple, I switched to Mac and iPhone (not for privacy reasons, though) and I believe their OS is more secure and private. I used Linux in the past, but I think it comes to a point when we have to choose if convenience can sometimes be more important than absolute privacy, and here's my personal cross line. I wouldn't use Linux just because it's safer, it just makes my day-to-day job too much harder.
What about you? :) Which ones do you use?