If you want, proceed to read the old blog anyways.
So recently discord announced a new TOS. Whatever right? They're probably restricting free speech or some other thing they don't like more like most websites have been in the past few years. However, this TOS update is different because it might imply Discord could start recording calls. As if it wasn't bad enough what Discord does or doesn't do already.
Obviously, the full TOS is very long so I don't expect you to read through it so images will be below with both the older TOS link and the new TOS link. Also, it will contain internet archive versions of said links.
New TOS + Archived New TOS You probably noticed the words below for the old TOS if you clicked on it (and you obviously saw it in the picture).
We generally do not store the contents of video or voice calls or channels.
We also don’t store streaming content when you share your screen, but we do retain the thumbnail cover image for the stream for a short period of time.
Should we really trust discord to not mess it up? Like really, should we? This doesn't seem good for the future at all. Obviously discord has a lot of pedos, but I highly doubt they will actually try solving that and instead use this as an excuse to ban people they don't like. I get if its just trying to counter pedos, however its a pretty shitty way they're attempting it and it probably won't even work unless you have someone always watching each and every move (which would be a privacy concern).
Overall, this change does not seem good for Discord. If you weren't convinced already that Discord was going downhill, this is where I would start really being concerned. Whether you break TOS or not probably doesn't matter to them, they just want control. I'd recommend never using Discord for VCs again and instead using Guilded or another service. You'll thank me later if things get worse.
Before I end off the blog, I will say how its funny that Pokemon XY/ORAS voice chat service for friends seems more safe at this point than a website/app designed for the purpose of messaging/calls. What a crazy world we live in for Pokemon to be less tracked.