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As far as I am aware, Fedora Project does not share any information with third parties. You can find some information here, though it is more relevant when you create an account on fedoraproject.org.

The only data they receive from your OS is: - when NetworkManager pings Fedora infrastructure to determine internet connectivity (not sure if and for what purposes Fedora analysis this data) - when you setup Automatic Bug Reporting on bugzilla

As far as I am aware, Fedora Project does not share any information with third parties. You can find some information here, though it is more relevant when you create an account on fedoraproject.org.

The only data they receive from your OS is: - is:

  • when NetworkManager pings Fedora infrastructure to determine internet connectivity (not sure if and for what purposes Fedora analysis this data) - data)

  • when you setup Automatic Bug Reporting on in your OS to tell the developers about problems that occur (bugzilla). Note: You can see and alter the information that you submit, and moreover, you can mark the information you provide as "sensitive", so only a small group of developers can see it. And of course, nobody requires you to submit bug reports on bugzilla.