Software engineer, Entrepreneur (Mandrake-Linux 1998, Ulteo 2006, /e/ 2017), Open Source advocate. https://www.indidea.org/gael/blog/about-gael-duval/
Hi, thank you for this insightful article!
You may be interested in what we are doing: the /e/ mobile ecosystem (https://e.foundation), is a fork of Android made “for the masses”. It’s fully ungoogled, and provides default online services (including meta search engine, storage…). We try to do some privacy by design…
Thank you for your great article!
You might be interested in having a look at our /e/ project, where we are trying to build a fully un-googled mobile and privacy-compliant ecosystem for the masses https://e.foundation
This was discussed in the past and there is nothing perfect on that topic.
My point of view however is that Telegram is probably one of the most private IM plateform, and we are integrating the open source client.
However, again, users will have the opportunity to uninstall most default apps.
Philipp Gunther right, we’re planning to 1) inform the user as much as possible about trackers etc. 2) possibly include software that will block trackers. We are also evaluating the option to use Bromite as default web browser, it includes anti-fingerprint mitigations
John Dennis is that “blood sugar” report application a paying application?