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Hi Jodi,

Hi Libre team

you are writing to a mailinglist where users try to solve problems for

I’m based in Australia and looking to use your office products.  I
wanted to know if the content of what is typed in your word
processing document or spreadsheet document is something that can be
seen by your system or third parties if I am using your desktop
versions or online versions of your products?

You are using your desktop versions only on desktop. There are some functions, which will use the contact to www, if you will allow this. Tools → Options → LibreOffice → General: "Send crash reports to The Document Foundation" Tools → Options → LibreOffice → Security options and warnings (a comlete dialog appears here)
Tools → Options → LibreOffice → Online Update

If you are using a cloud for your documents the cloud has nothing to do with LibreOffice.

If you are using a product like Collabora Office, which could work also as online version, you will install this office on a server you want. There is no server, which is hosted from The Document Foundation for online office.



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