Kykyblaze, 04 May 2020Who makes use of Mi Browser? To me, its not useful. I perfer Chrome or FirefoxI was only using it because I didn't want to keep two browsers. The edge swiping gestures to switch between tabs is really useful, too.
They collect data to sell it. This is the reason why nonprofit hardware still worth selling.
Anonymous, 04 May 2020So you are comparing data collecting with slowing down the phone? LolThat is one of the things. But everyone spying everyone. That is the truth.
Modest Mind, 04 May 2020You didn't justify the wrong with wrong, did you? Apple, Google etc. fall under the jurisdicti... moredemocracy is just illusion and just a word. There is no democracy in anywhere. People have right to vote there leaders who then make a government and after that there is no vote for people and government can do what ever they want to do. It's not any different than dictatorship. Only difference is that in one people can vote in election that change the government and in other the government dont change. And we cant really compare it as China have over billion population to control while democracy countries have few hundred millions only and most dont even have 20 million people
wind, 04 May 2020so ?? Xiaomi Black Shark 3 still gonna be my next phone... oohhh.. I'm so scare...stupid every phone does that once u own internet connect.
We strongly believe that Xiaomi redmi or mi steals user data and shares this data with Chinese communist Govt and Chinese analytics.Now after the leck of the news , Xiaomi is fooling us by denying the fact of data stealing , it's same like the way Chinese govt hid the fact of Wuhan virus and denied the spreading of Wuhan virus...if you want to keep your secrecy then don't use Chinese tech like oppo vivo huweai Xiaomi etc ..they even can uppload the user photo to its server without user concern.
Chinese Govt the the patner of Chinese tech companies and provides fund to reduce the price of the phones so the maximum user use Chinese smart phone and IoT devices .. maximum device mean maximum data that helps to analysis the public thought opinion likes dislikes preferance by using data if a particular country and that help China to find crack in that particular country to crack down..
Donbenie, 04 May 2020Stick to your iPhone then,their transparency is amazing.. Is it
What companies (except MAYBE those who are actually primarily focused on privacy in priority) doesn't do that ?
They are cute saying those are anonymous, there is so much anonymous data you can collect before a simple algorithm can easily connects the dots and identify somebody...
Google which all Android phones run on actually do it probably more than any brands, Facebook is by far the one who do that the most...
And those data Xiaomi were caught sending where only revealed because they were basically easily readable, any "good" illegal private data collection is encrypted and sent through packets of other things to be virtually impossible to identify.
That's the primary reason why I live and heavily encourage either pop up camera, slider phone or no front camera at all, pop up camera revealed that many websites and apps took a sneaky picture by causing the pop up to lift, their excuses was that it loaded X or Y thing camera related, yet the camera app itself, if last time it was used is with the main camera, the front camera won't lift until we manually change it to selfie, that's literally the app that have the most camera related thing and it doesn't lift the pop up when launched except when explicitly gathering images from it...
The microphone is also a big source of private information leak, thankfully audio and visual data haven't been used YET to hold ransoms against high cost, the day it will start, everyone will suddenly love pop up camera and push to talk + on/off button microphones might become a really desired concept.
That's funny when the USA are pointing fingers at China because of "spying" and "data collection" while Google and Facebook probably collect more data than all the Chinese compagnies together...
Funnily enough, the Huawei scandal (without any proof of its veracity) causing the newest Huawei devices to come without Google Mobile Services might make those phones the most privacy friendly Android devices of 2019/2020...
The Voice of Reason, 04 May 2020Zero attempt at admitting they royally f-ed up or apologizing.
Looks like another Chinese c... moreThey gave it away when they patched their browser to opt out of data collection in incognito. Why were they collecting in the first place?
Chinese companies always play the victim card when they get caught haha.
Donbenie, 04 May 2020Stick to your iPhone then,their transparency is amazing.. Never owned a single Apple product in my entire life. Currently rocking OnePlus 6.
wind, 04 May 2020so ?? Xiaomi Black Shark 3 still gonna be my next phone... oohhh.. I'm so scare...Don't want your data collected? Don't use any smartphone then. Also, stop using any Google services.
Anonymous, 04 May 2020I've already got the privacy update for the mi browser. I don't know what the fuss is, all br... moreMe too. Opera is great browser. Ad blocking is must. Yes everyone collect your data.
Jobaz, 04 May 2020Transparent democracy.. Lol...... We know the truth so calm down and take your hatred elsewher... moreLol, looks like Xiaomi is beatingapple in USA therefore such allegations are made by USA. Typical, when big boss watching himself 😂😂 xiaomi to be 2nd to be banned? Soon 😂😂 USA wants to rule the world .. hence maga references by that clown in White House.
Have been using xiaomi phone for three years and will continue to do so.. there are options to turn off data collection if you don't want to buy xiaomi just don't. Buy any other phone and see if they doesn't collect your data. Just go into your google account and see u can see where u have been and where you are.. Just don't try to ruin tech for people who enjoy them with these wild allegations.
Zero attempt at admitting they royally f-ed up or apologizing.
Looks like another Chinese company in cahoots with their governments needs heavy sanctions to be applied to them.
If Xiaomi was caught doing this then Huawei is doing this but on a larger scale. Whoever thinks any diffferent is delusional.
When US was using Huawei as a bargaining chip the chinese government said they would step in. Would China do that for Xiaomi? Probably not.
Kykyblaze, 04 May 2020Who makes use of Mi Browser? To me, its not useful. I perfer Chrome or FirefoxIm a mi browser user.... because it light weight compared to chrome or firefox.. and their native ads blocker is great.
Anonymous, 04 May 2020Unlike Google or Facebook, I don't see Xiaomi targeting me with ads based on the data they col... moreThat is true, Google, Facebook and others are not only targeting you with adds, they also send you notifications from Youtube, Chrome, their apps and services, etc... Making you lose data, storage, and time to delete all that shit. They are worse than Xiaomi.