TurnKey Linux Virtual Appliance Library

Time for a human readable privacy policy?

Up until now TurnKey hasn't had an explicit privacy policy, and that seemed ok because no one ever asked about it. But now that the latest release integrates TurnKey appliances more closely with the TurnKey Hub (e.g., TKLBAM, geo-ip auto apt mirror) and the Hub gets access to sensitive data as part of its normal operation, I felt it was about time we gave this some more thought.

On the other hand, even though we didn't have an explicit privacy policy before I do feel our adoption of the Ubuntu Code of Conduct gave us an implicity privacy policy by making it clear we respect our users and expect them to respect us, and each other, in return.

To put it bluntly, we don't need no stinking privacy policy to avoid breaking your trust. But sometimes it doesn't hurt to spell things out and dispell any doubts. For the record. Here's what I came up with...