On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 04:39 PM, J_Catlady wrote:
On Mon, Jul 8, 2019 at 04:10 AM, Victoria wrote:
And for the many foreign groups it is even worse.
That's a separate issue, with a different problem - comprehensibility, rather than privacy - and a different solution, where groups.io might, at some point in the future, allow the user to choose their language and then print all fixed text in that language. I would not mix the language issue up with the issue of leaving personal messages to invitees lying around indefinitely, with them perhaps being inadvertently sent to the next invitee.
Once I was picking up an Rx at the pharmacy and they accidentally included the last customer's detailed prescription sheet with all their personal info in it. That's more what this issue is akin to. Not the Rx boilerplate being in the wrong language.
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Well, obviously I had a different issue in mind which doesn´t have to do with privacy. I´m talking about the invite-possibility within the settings. I write different invitations each time and remove them afterwards. They are in German and the text around them is default and in English, so I do favour the idea that there is no other default text (which I find completely unnecessary) except for the one composed individually in the invitation. But I don´t know if we are talking about the same thing.