NWP, a group of service providers that have been associated with the NPO consortium, have recently launched a petition asking the NPPP to end their partnership with the organisation.
In their petition, the group of providers state that NWP has made an “egregious” and “dangerous” investment in its products.
The group argues that NPPPs decision to take over NWP’s intellectual property and services has been detrimental to NWP as a whole and that NSPs decision to enter into an agreement with NWP will result in “financial losses and disruption”.
NWP was founded in 2014 by Eric Schaeffer and David Giesbrecht and has been working to bring more online services to its users and in particular to provide them with the best possible experience.
In 2017, NWP launched NWP Home, an initiative aimed at making NWP easier to use and more secure for users.
The organisation also launched Nwp Access, a platform that aims to enable users to have a greater control over their online security.
The NWP service providers claim that they have seen a significant decrease in security issues and user dissatisfaction since their partnership has ended.
They claim that there is a growing awareness of security and a desire for alternatives to traditional security solutions.
However, NSP’s are also concerned that the NPMPs decision will result with “financial and other losses” and that they will be “put in a difficult position” with regards to future services.
NWP says that it is committed to making its services available to its customers, and that its services will remain free to use for as long as users want to.
NSP has also claimed that NTP has been able to offer NWP a much better product than what it was previously offering, but that the “costs are not comparable” and NWP is “making it difficult for NSP to continue to provide this service”.
NSP is also demanding that NPMP stop “improving” NWP.
According to the petition, NPMPP has been “making significant investments” in NWP and that the company is “doing the same” with Nwp Home.
It adds that NPUPs investment in Nwp is “not consistent with NSP commitment to NPM’s core services”.
However, Google has not responded to the group’s petition, and NSP states that they are in “full communication with Google and the NSP partners”.
However the NPA is also planning to sue Google over the NPUP’s acquisition of NWP which will likely affect NWP users.