I'm not sure what info from update pings is Mozilla collecting, but I
don't see any private informations there.
Country of origin, current version and UI/keyboard locale doesn't seam
like private info to me.
I'm guessing weekly update pings in LibreOffice are already sending
version info now, and with IP from which ping is comming you can know
from which country it's coming. Only thing missing is locale info.
Anyway, users can always disable automatic update check which will
disable all this.
Why do you think that will violate user privacy?
P.S. Please quote email you are reffering to.
12.10.2014. u 21:42, Adolfo Jayme Barrientos je napisao/la:
May I ask why you want to violate people’s privacy just to get a number?
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