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Re: Unity Legal notice
Good idea but one thing is missing Will there be a way for this Opt out to
be added to a group policy that could be locked by an administrator such as
in the Privacy control center?
I could see this being an issue for workstations that are used to handle
sensitive information in the form of National security or trade secret
On Sun, Feb 17, 2013 at 8:29 PM, Vibhav Pant <vibhavp@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I couldnt have thought of a better solution. +1!
> On Feb 17, 2013 9:53 PM, "Mark Shuttleworth" <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Here's how we are going to handle this:
>> * We will make a very bold, clear way for you to turn on and off
>> network queries across ALL scopes for any given session in the dash.
>> Think about this like the 'anonymous' mode in your browser. Toggle it,
>> right there in the Dash, and you are totally certain you are not sending
>> network traffic. We will aim to enforce this at the kernel level, hence
>> the CC to Jamie S who leads our security team.
>> * We will have the ability to configure the Home screen, including
>> choice of scopes, and the behaviour of individual scopes.
>> * Legal notices will all be in one place, in the 'About Ubuntu' part of
>> the UX, and visible in the install experience too.
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