Firefox, you're supposed to be in my pocket, not the other way around.

Montag, 13.7.2015, 22:42 > daMax

Dustri ist not amused von Firefox' neuestem "Dienst" namens Pocket. Zitat:

TL;DR of the privacy policy:

Read it Later, Inc. is collecting a lot of intimate information and is tracking you.
When you share something through Pocket with a friend, the emails contains spying material using malware-like techniques to track your friends.
They are sharing those information with trusted third parties (Could be anyone they are doing business with.).
The policy might change, and it's your responsibility to check Pocket's website to see if it has.


It seems that I am not the only one that hates this awful idea. Mozilla is getting worse and worse those days, instead of not hurting the web… it used to be a defender of privacy, now it's promoting shady services.

Und dem muss ich leider zustimmen. Die ganzen "Features", die in den letzten Jahren dazu kamen, sind - bis auf die Reader-view - sinnlos und/oder funktionieren nicht (auch der 3. Versuch, mit "Hello" einen Audiochat zu starten, scheiterte grandios). Schade drum.