Hi team HMD,
I'm sure you're all aware of the news that's breaking about your Android phones sending personal data to domains in China. How you handle this and keep your customers and community up to date will be a big test - it could make or break the company.
I'm strong advocate of transparency and openness, I believe it is the best way to earn trust. HMD desperately need to regain some trust in the wake of this news.
I think you would all feel the same in our shoes and many of you may do, since you probably all use HMD's Nokia phones on a daily basis. Maybe your family do too.
Even if you're not as concerned as we are about the data leaks I know that you're all serious about rebuilding the Nokia phones business and bringing the brand back to the world. I'm sure the last thing you want to do is damage the reputation of the brand, so you need to do all you can avoid further damage being done by being silent.
I strongly recommend that you make a public statement here on the community forum to show the members here that you respect their concerns and take them seriously. If you don't do this then you'll struggle to regain trust.
Thanks for reading