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posted 2014-12-30 02:18:07 +0300

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY

I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f* does a game need access to my contacts, right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACYPRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f* * does a game need access to my contacts, right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think Jolla **Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the iPhone is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f* does a game need access to my contacts, right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think **Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the iPhone ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f* does a game need access to my contacts, right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think **Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f* f### does a game need access to my contacts, our "contacts", right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think **Jolla Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla. But I honestly point out to others that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f### does a game need access to our "contacts", right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla.

But I honestly point out to others that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could access. (Why the f### does a game need access to our "contacts", right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").

I really like my Jolla.

But I honestly point out to others that the Sailfish OS still has lots of quirks and lacks some basic phone features (3g video calling comes to mind).

The phone I recommend to them is iPhone for one simple reason - PRIVACY.

Apart from the encryption, I LOVED LOVE how ios let me totally control and define what api or data an app could can access. (Why the f### does a game need access to our "contacts", right?). I sorely miss this in Sailfish OS, and I think Jolla shouldn't taut "privacy" as a feature unless it actually does protect our private data. (To expand on this criticism - [I remember reading] Jolla has some agreement with Facebook where it treats the user's data obtained from Facebook as Facebook's property. Ofcourse, not Jolla's fault but ... )

(Yes, the ios platform is actually quite good at protecting your private data provided you don't put your data in the "cloud").