Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Privacy Concerns Arise With Windows 10 Release

It is following the new push that security or in this case privacy is on the User. You can opt out, but default settings will leave you open to advertisers in a big way. 45 pages of legal words in a lot, but find someone you trust to keep you informed. There are some issues in that this is being considered a opening to privacy rights for products you already have, been stuck in there, not sure how that will stand up in court.
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