I Do Not use Ubuntu One. I had uninstalled it and the associated Ubuntu One Music Store through the Ubuntu Software Center YEARS AGO. I just checked, it is still uninstalled.
Why then is Update Manager wanting to install Ubuntu One client, Ubuntu One client Python libraries and Ubuntu One synchronization daemon library?
I feel it is being forced on me when I choose not to use it. I do not know how to remove it from showing up in Update Manager(I could only find posts with older Ubuntu versions that use Synaptics PM and do not apply to 12.04), and frankly should not have to if I uninstalled the applications, so I will have to uncheck it each time I update something. This is not acceptable.
This is the kind of BS that Apple or Google would pull. The reason many of us choose to deal with Canonical/Ubuntu, is because they are not a greedy publicly traded company that tries to force products down their customers throats.
I realize I may not get an answer from someone at Canonical, but I need to demonstrate my frustration with this decision by them.