Ignoring privacy sabotages Ubuntu's best chance for success
Matthew Paul Thomas
mpt at canonical.com
Mon Feb 24 11:08:18 UTC 2014
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Gerry A. wrote on 21/02/14 16:45:
> Ubuntu desktop and phone are great designs but contain a fatal
> flaw: a failure to foster & utilize what would be one of its
> strongest assets for gaining market share--Privacy.
Ubuntu has extensive designs for privacy settings on both PC and phone.
<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityAndPrivacySettings> As with
everything else in Ubuntu, there's always more to do than we have time
Protracted but non-specific comparisons to DuckDuckGo aren't that
useful. Most useful would be for you to implement privacy features
yourself, or find new contributors to do so. But at a minimum, you
could be more specific about improvements you'd like to see.
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