I am new to Manjaro (xfce, stable) and happy that it installed so easily on my Toshiba Pro (new), parallel to the shabby W10.
Believe it or not, I left Ubuntu because of the Amazon Lens and Linux Mint because of hardcoded Google which made the systems constantly leaking private data.
(They repaired it, but it took a huge effort to make them do it.)
No, I do not consider my data as the most precious data for the datacraken. I am not important now. But as everyone of us, we might be important tomorrow. Or our friends whose data we also have on our devices: emails, docs, pics, movies etc.
So I would like to know to what extent Manjaro is constantly delivering data (of any sort) to other computers than mine - calling home, calling somewhere else?
I mean the sort of 'Amazon Lens' or 'Linux Mint' constantly pinging Google every 15 minutes by default.
Does anybody know anything about it?
Thank you in advance, I would be happy to learn that I can trustfully go on with Manjaro, because I like it.