TorrentFreak has compiled a list of the top ISPs in terms of data-spying.
The ISPs we looked at were from the top 100 ISPs in the world, according to a 2014 report from the Internet Society.
The data-collection sites include Google, Facebook, Amazon, Skype, YouTube, Apple, and Netflix.
These are the largest ISPs in each country and the top 25 in the United States, according the report.
TorrentFreaks data-mining efforts were not restricted to the top 10 in each countries ranking.
We’ve broken down the top 50 ISPs in Australia, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom, as well as the top 500 ISPs in Europe and Asia.
To find out which countries are hosting the most ISPs in a given country, we compared the top 200 ISPs based on the total number of active users in each respective country.
We also counted the number of servers in each of these countries and the total IP addresses of the servers.
In some cases, we also included the top 250 ISPs based in the top 300 countries.
We looked at the top ISP networks in each specific country and calculated the percentage of the total population in each ISP’s country that had data-sourced data.
To get the data for the top 1000 ISPs, we analyzed the top 20 most active ISPs in all of the participating countries.
The top 10 ISPs in North America and Europe also had data in their top 1000.
The bottom 50 ISPs had data only in their 100 largest countries.
To learn more about the data-collecting industry, check out our infographic about the most popular VPNs and Tor hidden services.