On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 11:00:27PM -0400, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Tue, Mar 17, 2015 at 10:22:00PM +0100, Tristan Santore wrote:
> >>The last sentence. I think it would be better to say:
> >>...to use their contents for purpose of fixing bugs.
> >>Or something similar. Now it seems that once you submit personal data,
> >>Fedora may use them to <insert evil purpose here>.
> >>Promise to not abuse the data would also work for me.
> >This makes sense to me. I'll add.
> I hate to be pessimistic. Legally a promise to not use something for
> an "evil" purpose is meaningless. Unless you specify what exactly
> you will prevent/protect against, outside the scope of your local
> data protection laws.
Yeah, I think we're familiar with that from the (banned in Fedora)
"don't be evil" clauses in licenses. But I think Paul was saying he'd
add the more specific thing — what we _will_ use it for: fixing bugs.
That's correct. The policy should state outright what the contents
are to be used for.
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