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It's a well-informed classificaton, and he openly called is his "guess". Declaring something "the most privacy breaching software" is inherently subjective and arbitrary, so I don't think anyone here is stupid enough to think that's being passed off as fact. This is obviously just his opinion and you're entitled to disagree, but we've all seen Skype in similar headlines before - do you have a more interesting counterargument?



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