setuid bit neccesary for GNOME?

Are there any parts of GNOME that require the setuid bit to be set?

If I want to run GNOME at work as my desktop, I need to be able to
convince the people managing security that no setuid bits is needed. Can
anyone tell me I don't need it anywhere?


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