Wrong.For the following reasons don't install or recommend Ubuntu.
1. Development of Ubuntu is led by Canonical, Ltd. a UK-based "trading" company
As with Red Hat, Suse, etc... also - nothing wrong with that.which generates revenue through the sale of "technical support" and "services."
You can remove that shit, but yes it's bad news.... you should have provided a link though...2. By installing users agree to allow Ubuntu's parent company Canonical to collect user search data and IP addresses and to disclose this information to third parties including Facebook, Twitter, BBC and Amazon.
As above.3. The adwares and spywares introduced in Ubuntu violates user's privacy and is one of the rare occasions in which a free software developer persists in keeping a malicious feature in its version of a program.
As above.4. Whenever user searches the local files for a string using Ubuntu desktop, Ubuntu sends that string to one of Canonical's servers.
Yes it violates DFSG. Links/sources?5. Ubuntu has received widespread objection from the open source community for violating free system distribution guidelines..
Links/sources?6. Canonical disgruntled upstream open source developers by introducing Mir, their own display server not derived from X11 or Wayland.
Yes... but you forgot the CLA...7. Ubuntu's policy prohibits commercial redistribution of exact copies of Ubuntu, denying the baseline freedom.
Irrelevant nonsense.8. Ubuntu is basically Debian with extra "cool" look and is not binary compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS which are used for most scientific development.
Didn't read - as you included only wikipedia and moronix. You should provide citations for each claim and/or go back and do some real research - otherwise you don't really have a case and will be met only with derision...references: