Audacity, the popular audio editing software, has is under scrutiny from users who suspect an update to their terms of service has enabled the software to mine their data.
The software was acquired by Muse Group two months ago, with many suspicious that the app will now be used to scrape users’ data.
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Given that the application is offline this data should not be available, as a result of this many users of Audacity are planning to abandon the program.
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Tope Olufemi is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow them on Twitter