*Smugly posts link to the very next post about Siri's refusal to help with women's reproductive health.*
Hard to say, really. At best, you can probably only say it's as "clean" as those compromises known and dealt with a priori.
Wondering whether it's incompatible with EU data protection laws
It’s almost impossible for users to find off switches, user interfaces, policies, or references to IQRD anywhere on the phone. Using standard functionality, the only place you can see that the application is installed on the phone is in Menu -> Settings -> Manage Applications -> All, then scroll down to IQRD. This application has a non-descript icon and offers no information about itself. Even on old devices, IQRD runs continuously because it’s set to start automatically at boot. The only option you have to stop the application is to select “force stop”—which does nothing. The application continues to run. This is all particularly
I'd like to see Windows Phone get some market traction, though. Nice to see competition in the computer-and-now-phone industry that doesn't involve blindly aping what the market leader does.
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