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I'm leaving Skype
Microsoft, how can you seriously fu** up your products so bad? I choose to leave #Skype by today for two reasons that just poped-up the past few days. Exposing private information How is it possible that during several meetings and other discussions your team voluntary choose to add the feature to suggest private contacts of my contacts to me? I'll be direct with you, this is clearly a #privacy violation and will hurt lots of people directly including myself. I'm using this account for years for professional and private reasons, I have really private contacts on my account (that I only want to only keep for myself, obviously, maybe I should stress that point more?), family members, friends and professional relations. Now all those contacts will see some of my private contacts as "Suggestions". In this list I have some contacts that I can easily guess to who they are related to. YES MICROSOFT I HAVE THINGS TO HIDE. Lawyers that are using Skype have also things to hide, and you're directly exposing the persons they are talking to to their other clients. Doctors that are using Skype have something to hide and you are exposing their patients list to other patients or contacts. Journalists that are using Skype have something to hide and you are exposing their sources and colleagues to other contacts putting some of their life and investigations at risk. And I can give you lots of other cases where this kind of feature will hurt businesses, families and sometimes can put lifes at risk. Microsoft, let be frank there, Skype IS NOT a fu** social network like Facebook. Skype is a Instant Messaging and video-communication service where people expect their private contacts list to stay… private. This little suggestion feature crossed my mind for #Movim but was directly discarded regarding the privacy implication that it will have (also with the fact that I can't technically get my contacts contacts through XMPP for obvious reasons). Mozilla, Microsoft hates you, kiss
people Timothée Jaussoin 14 February