Yes, basically as @dabigkahuna said.
Today, if you opt to send a log up, every keystroke you would be sending - is shown to you for approval. After the refactor frees up RAM, it is conceivable that some of it could be used to hold a keystroke and event buffer, to enable post-facto (after it happened, or retroactive) logging. Then you don’t send up any data unless you feel something out of the ordinary happened, at which point you initiate a logging request, the buffer from the SpaceBlade gets copied to the WayTools App, and like today you can see all the keystrokes before finally approving to upload it.
I have never believed, even for a moment, Google’s and Facebook’s lies (that you have to send your personal information up - all the time, on their whim, so that things will work). On closer examination you’ll realize they’ve been lying to us since day one, and virtue signalling (“Don’t be evil.”). I am sure most Google engineers are not, in fact, evil. But one must always always ask: where is the money coming from?
It’s like oil engineers vs. climate change. The oil engineer may not have evil intent, and could even say, “if I don’t do this, someone else will - so why not take the paycheque?” but as history tells us, that’s been the justification for just about every evil “job”.
An alternative view is that, if no engineer takes that job, then the pay for it goes up through the roof, to the point it is “not a sustainable endeavour”. Oil (being burned for energy and for transport) is not environmentally sustainable! I would love for that to be reflected as also not financially sustainable!
And you can see it happening. After the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook has been having a very hard time filling engineering roles. They’ve even scraped the bottom of the bucket and contact silly old me, multiple times!