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Re: [Linphone-developers] privacy issue?

From: alex tuca
Subject: Re: [Linphone-developers] privacy issue?
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2017 14:58:34 +0100
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sorry, i ment Anatoli

On 20.02.2017 14:30, alex tuca wrote:
> thank you silvain,
> i fully agree. i am shoked about this careless handling with privacy issues, 
> i always thought, that use a open protokol like sip will avoid the problems 
> skype o. whatsapp have,
> alexander
> On 20.02.2017 10:56, Anatoli wrote:
>> Hi Sylvain,
>> Thanks for the clarification. I believe that not notifyingexplicitly the 
>> user about this is not acceptable. The contacts list is the best 
>> fingerprint, more precise that even one's actual biometric fingerprint as 
>> there are no 2 persons with the same contacts list, so this is extremely 
>> sensitive information and must be treated as such.
>> I've seen your other reply in the " contacts" thread. What 
>> happens is that for those who don't user service, there's no 
>> such option "Friendlist subscribe". I strongly believe that when 
>> service is not configured, the contacts must not be sent 
>> anywhere. Also, it would be nice to disable the constant asking for 
>> number/account linking 
>> (
>> For those who do use service, I believe the "Friendlist 
>> subscribe" option should be turned off by default and when activating it 
>> there should be a warning saying that all contacts will be uploaded to the 
>> server, OK? Yes/No (or a same comment below the option).
>> Regards,
>> Anatoli
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