Dear Maria, dear OONI Probe users, having used OONI Probe on Android devices in the past, I was shocked to find out today that at least the version distributed via Google's Play Store seems to contain two trackers, namely Countly and Google Firebase Analytics: https://reports.exodus-privacy.eu.org/en/reports/161999/ Countly is UK based. They admit that they collect personal data from users as defined in the GDPR: https://count.ly/legal/privacy-policy Regarding Google (Firebase) Analytics, we know they collect any data they can. Trackers are spyware. Don't use apps that contain them! F-Droid provides a version of OONI Probe to Android users that is tracker-free – like all apps in this app store. I double-checked it using the Exodus software mentioned above on the command line. https://f-droid.org/de/packages/org.openobservatory.ooniprobe/ Why don't you provide a clean version of your app to the majority of Android users who still rely on Google's Play Store, OONI? Cheers, Christian On Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 11:21:13AM +0100, Maria Xynou wrote: > Hello, > > We're excited to share that the latest OONI Probe version features a > brand new test for RiseupVPN! > > You can now check whether RiseupVPN works on your network. Learn all > about this test here: https://ooni.org/nettest/riseupvpn/ > > To run the new RiseupVPN test, update to the latest version (2.9.1) of > OONI Probe Mobile: https://ooni.org/install/mobile > > All RiseupVPN test results from around the world are openly published in > near real-time: > https://explorer.ooni.org/search?since=2020-12-30&test_name=riseupvpn > > Warm thanks to the folks from the LEAP collective for developing this > new test! <3 > > Cheers, > > Maria (on behalf of the OONI team).
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