Quote Originally Posted by dee. View Post
It seems nokia has been picking up bad habits from their new sugar daddy microsoft.

Nokia has been recently caught violating user privacy: Nokia cell phones route secure https connections via their own servers and decrypt your data
Well, that's what you can expect from proprietary corporations and proprietary software: they always try to fool their customers and treating them like retards. That's one of major reasons to stay away from these as far as you can. I'm personally consider proprietary software untrusted by default. Availability of source is a good indication that program vendor respects fair play. Sure, it's dumb to release sources if you backdoored and trojanized something: this increases chance to get caught and allows to uncloak this treason faster.