Audacity: Audio-Schnittprogramm will Daten sammeln und mit Regierungen teilen
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Eine beliebte Open-Source-Software zum Schnitt von Audiodateien wurde aufgekauft und hat dann die Datenschutzbestimmungen geändert. Kritiker:innen sagen, dass die Offline-Anwendung nun zum Ausspähen genutzt werden kann. Sie wollen das Programm nun unabhängig weiterentwickeln.

cross-posted from: https://lemmy.ml/post/73171

Stay away from Audacity!

@SrEstegosaurio
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It’s funny because they updated their privacy policy and now if you’re under the age of 13 you can’t use the software anymore. Audacity is completely cringe right now.

@TechieDamien
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Which is also a blatent GPL violation

@yxzi
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So anyone know a viable alternative to that?

Halce
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@tronk
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I don’t know them by name, but I know there are forks brewing. To ‘name’ one, there’s the CookieMonster Engineer one that will get a new maintainer soon.

@pinknoise
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