The nice thing about open source is that you can exactly see what's
going on and what data is sent across (if any).
In this case, I'm using a well-known trick in Python to determine your
local IP address by opening a connection to an ubiquitously available
site, and then using that connection to get your local IP address.
As you can see, absolutely no data is sent across.
** Changed in: mnemosyne (Ubuntu)
Status: New => Invalid
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mnemosyne appears to connect to PRISM company on OpenSM2
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