Privacy Principles ?
2 part question: 1) "First and foremost, we respect your privacy in everything we do." ok, fair enough. But then it continues: "Whenever we ask you for information, it is to better serve you" Isn't that the exact same line Google & Microsoft uses on their spywares ? (a.k.a "user experience programs") 2) Privacy 3. "To provide you even better services and relevant messages, we collect information about how our applications are found and used. However, if you are uncomfortable with tracking, we completely appreciate that and therefore F-Secure products offer opt-out possibilities from non-critical data collection" Again, Google (android) & Microsoft use that exact same style of messaging, but they've been caught collecting data regardless of opting out. How can we be sure you do thing differently ? Yes, I've seen M. Hyppönen giving talks and I do believe Him to be "on the level". But can we trust that the rest of the crew is on the same wavelength as He is ? I'm sorry that some companies abusing their market share dilute the credibility of all companies and spoil it for all
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