you should uninstall any app that goes poking around in your system without a good reason.
Apps don't need to know anything about your system, and maybe they should be run in a virtualized container. >>8582
If you can't own your gadgets as personal property, they are just forcing collectivization of the tech industry. Under Stalin people had personal property, the soviet Union had that codified into law. If the bourgeoisie can't be convinced to respect your personal space and stamp their boots on your face maybe they need to be scraped off from tank treads after-all. What else are you going to do, personal computing devices are basically part of your brain, they are attacking your body, that's assault. I think that personalized profile databases are personal property as well. The virtual you is still you, they can't own you.