Accepting Microsoft’s Windows 10 privacy stance at face value is sheer folly

Accepting Microsoft’s Windows 10 privacy stance at face value is sheer folly

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Yesterday, Microsoft’s Terry Myerson defended how the company has handled privacy in Windows 10. The level of concern about privacy in Windows 10 is unprecedented — it even has some torrent sites spooked — but my colleague Brian feels that Microsoft has somehow earned our trust. He is wrong.

Microsoft has broken the trust of many users, and Myerson’s post does little to patch things up. In reality, it is an exercise in public relations, spin, and misdirection. It also raises more questions than it answers. In particular, it highlights the obnoxious disregard Microsoft appears to have for home users.

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