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Is Windows 10 the end of privacy as we know it?

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Aug 24, 2015.

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    There is a lot of concern and backlash over the default privacy settings in Windows 10. It’s understandable to an extent but there’s a fine line between healthy skepticism and tinfoil hat conspiracy theory. Windows 10 has a lot of privacy implications tied into its functionality, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that Microsoft is actively spying on everyone a’ la the NSA.

    A recent post from NetworkWorld talks about BitTorrent tracker sites blocking Windows 10 over privacy concerns. The issue is related to verbiage in the Microsoft EULA and privacy policies that states:

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