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Not a conspiracy theory!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pulsar747n, Nov 12, 2015.

  1. Pulsar747n

    Jul 14, 2015
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    I am not trying to start a conspiracy theory but I am curious on your opinion:

    When one downloads and installs the DJI GO, the Vision App or just about any 3rd party App using DJI's SDK, you end up registering with DJI.

    Could DJI then use that information to say that they would not honor the warranty because you are using a 3rd party App?

    Could DJI provide all your personal information attached to your quadcopter to a government agency?

    Just wondering...
  2. Fyod

    May 21, 2014
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    Central EU
    They can't say the app voids your warranty since they're allowing developers to work with the SDK.
    Yes, they would be required to hand over your personal info if a court allowed it. Similarly to cases where internet service providers and telecom corps are required to hand over any information that could provide evidence of illegal acts. On the other hand registration is not proof of ownership. It isn't like a title to a car, it doesn't require ID, you can register any name and address, and someone could register in your name without your knowledge.