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Sept. 16, 2022, 12:40 a.m. | /u/Intelligent-Way1288

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Years ago, i'm talking a full ten years back Ubuntu got rumbled for harbouring Amazon 'Spyware' to track users. It took them eight years to finally abandon whatever deal it is they had with Amazon. Eight years.

Clearly it wasn't a move based on public disapproval for over privacy concerns if it took them that long.

So that being said, are they to be trusted in 2022? Main concern is a reliable Linux **Server.** Rhel is out of the picture …

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