== Automatic Bug Reporting ==
Fedora contains tools designed to detect and report bugs when they occur
on your system. These tools are configured so that the end-user must
opt-in to reporting these bugs to us (either via a system-wide setting
or on a case-by-case basis).
In reporting these bugs, we collect debugging information about the
state of your system and its running applications. Every attempt is made
to anonymize these reports and scrub them of personal information,
however, it is possible that they may still contain personal information
and/or information about your computer usage. Please keep this in mind
before submitting these bug reports. By choosing to submit these
reports, you are giving Fedora permission to use their contents, even if
those contents contain personal information about you and/or your
I'm not comfortable with this message. It's extremely broad, and there some
loose ends we really should clarify.
1) What do we do about other things that collect user data (Firefox will
send bug reports to Mozilla, not Fedora, for example). We've mostly just
ignored this in the past as best as I can tell.
2) If we find personal information in a bug report, what will do we do?
3) What exactly are we collecting? This should be clearly defined so we
know where the line is, and when it gets crossed. It's easy for things like
to feature their way to being dangerous.
4) How long do we keep the data?
Josh Bressers / Red Hat Product Security