Under New policy, ODTT will collect information such as OS version, CPU type, error code and user location. The document also states that the music group, the owner of the audacity, will submit “necessary data for law enforcement, litigation and authorities requests.”
Address to BBCThe museum group sought to address these concerns and clarify the reasons for the policy update.
“We don’t know anything about our customers,” said Daniel Ray, head of strategy at Museum Group. “We don’t want users’ personal information – which doesn’t help us.”
According to Ray, the changes were made as part of a plan to notify the company of planned updates to customers about the audition, which is now expected to take place every few weeks.
Explaining, he said, “If you don’t have ways to inform users about the update, they may miss it, then you need to keep up the pace of changing the issue.” Put a burden on the user. “
Ray attributed the confusion to the fact that the policy was “written by lawyers, understood by lawyers rather than the general public”, although it would cause consumers concerned about the confidentiality of data. ۔
Conflict of enmity
Relations between the company and the open source community have been strained since the music group acquired an audit earlier this year.
First, the software firm had to back down on plans to introduce telemetry data collection options after a backlash from partners. The company caused the incident with a communication error.
Later, the music group released the wings together New Contractor License Agreement (CLA)If the partners wanted to continue working on the project, they needed to sign. The new agreement also stipulated that the museum group be granted unlimited rights to all contributions.
A significant section of the community felt that the new CLA compromised the values of the open source ecosystem, built around the concepts of transparency and collaboration, allowing music groups to pursue other non-open source projects. I have been given permission to use the code provided by my collaborators.
As reported Register, Yet a designated project Published by GitHub user cook engineer Fails to effectively adapt construction before controversial changes. Can be made to compile code but, lacking real polish, is not yet accessible to non-technical users.