Audacity updated their Privacy Policy and it looks concerning: to include selling personal user related data (including what they say w/be "hashed ip address").

I cover the privacy policy and offer 4 different potential solutions to restrict Audacity here in my latest post:

While you are reading listen in to the latest Pinetalk (Pine64 Community) Podast! Episode 12.

I joined @Ezra @linmob to talk about Pine64 Hardware, Linux, open source, LoRa, and the importance of privacy.

Peertube Video: 7 Options to restrict Non-Internet programs from sharing IP address/potential future backdoors (restricting network). Video includes how and why discussion. [For those who don't like reading!]

Audacity as an example (can be applied to all non internet needing processes).

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