xenopeek wrote: ⤴
Thu Nov 15, 2018 1:30 pm
For me, telemetry should be off by default and (seeing as this is a commercial product) one should be paid or otherwise compensated for participating in a user study.
exactly! sadly, they will jump through hoops now that gdpr is in effect (only) to save from huge fines. US needs to follow suit in this, at least mandatory OPT-IN with explicit consent required, not assumed and/or hidden in double-speak legalese terms and conditions. I really enjoyed reviewing
Would be nice to have some actual transparency in what exactly is collected and who exactly it is shared with and how long it is retained/used, regulated and enforced by law with huge fine potential! This deep pocketbook attack is the only way forward, imo, and away from this 'surveillance capitalism'... otherwise online privacy (and privacy in general) continues to becomes a pipe dream in this hyper-connected world, akin to global peace and equal opportunity, and that just sux
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