We go over all the new and upcoming Ubuntu 22.04 features. You'll also find the Ubuntu 22.04 release date and download link.
I was reading this and found something surprising:
"The installation prompts for Ubuntu 22.04 are going to look a little different, because the installer itself has actually been completely revamped. It sports a much more modern and sleek look, while still reflecting the simplicity of Ubuntu. It was created using Google’s Flutter UI development kit"
Is this the end of privacy for Ubuntu based distros? No developer should use Google products in Linux. Google is an infamous spying company.
I don't want to rant here, so please don't comment on my views on privacy as being paranoid or anything. Thanks.
I don't know anything about programming. I just want to know if because they designed this Ubuntu installer with Flutter UI, will it leak data about Linux users to Google? Will it leak data even after installs or Live Booting? Thank you. This is all I want to know.